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Trade Agreements and Labour Rights: The Cambodia Experiment (2005)

May 4, 2000

The International Labour Organization (ILO) Garment Sector Working Conditions Improvement Project came into being in May 4, 2000 as a result of the US-Cambodia Textile Agreement. That agreement provided increased access to the US market in the form of a quota bonus for textile and apparel products made in Cambodia in exchange for industry and government efforts to improve compliance with ILO Core Conventions and national labour law. PDF Format

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