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Employment and Competitiveness the International Context
Clothing Firm Concentration Employment and Output
The Intensification of Competitive Pressures
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ACP countries ad valorem addition areas bantustans behaviour Cape Cape Town casualisation clothing and textile clothing exports clothing firms clothing producers competitive advantage decentralised demand developing countries domestic Durban duty dynamic effect example exchange rate expand export markets fabric factory Figure focus foreign processing GATT GEIS higher implemented import penetration incentives income Industrial Council informalisation inputs intensification introduced labour cost flexibility labour regulation levels liberalisation Lome Convention lower machinists minimum multiple retailers Natal NCF Diary OECD offer operational organisational change output overseas pipeline potential problem production runs productive efficiency productivity improvements programme protection quotas reduced region relative result S.A. clothing industry SACTWU SAP permits schedule sector skill Source South African specific standard minute static strategies subcontracting subsidies substantial Table tariff technologies textile trade policy Transvaal USAA valorem wage determination workers workforce