Discusses the political and economic aspects of the campaign to improve the rights of workers around the world to include labor standards in international trade agreements. US-Cambodia Textile Trade Agreement was the first agreement of its kind to link increased access to U.S. markets to improve working conditions in the country of export. Some argue that labor standards are becoming a new form of protectionism. Others see them as necessary to maintain open markets and fair trade. How this debate is resolved, will undoubtedly be of great importance to investors in developing countries and in the long run for the economic development of the poor countries themselves. “Hide
by Regina Abrami Source: Harvard Business School 32 pages. Publication Date: March 31, 2003. Prod. #: 703034-PDF-ENG
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