Bangladesh Braces for End of Textile Quotas 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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Bangladesh Braces for End of Textile Quotas

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Bangladesh Braces for End of Textile Quotas

Bangladesh Braces for End of Textile Quotas

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.