Bangladesh Braces for End of Textile Quotas

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Beginning Jan. 1, World Trade Organization quotas restricting the amount of textiles North America and Europe can buy from any individual country will be lifted. India is expected to emerge a winner from the shakeup, but analysts say the effects could be devastating for Bangladesh. NPR's Philip Reeves reports.

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