Caribbean and African apparel manufacturers are building their businesses because of trade benefits, but will face increased competition in 2005.
NEW YORK— Next week will mark the second full year since the Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act and African Growth and Opportunity Act took effect, and textile and trade executives are still familiarizing themselves with the rules surrounding the initiatives and deciphering whether using the advantages is right for their business.
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