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What Does CAFTA Mean for the Fashion Industry?

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A decade after its signing and five years after implementation, the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) may not have transformed Central America into a powerhouse of textile trade, but it has facilitated significant growth.
What Does CAFTA Mean for the Fashion Industry?

A decade after its signing, and five years after full implementation, the Central America Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) may not have transformed Central America into the powerhouse of textile and apparel trade forecast by some optimists, but it has facilitated significant growth in that sector of the region’s economy, along with diversification into other sectors.

CAFTA affects Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rico, and the Dominican Republic. It exists to promote the export of < ...

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