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Economic Analysis of the Modern Textiles & Clothing Market within the Process of Final Completion of the ACT/WTO Agreement

General problems of the fibre and textile industries


  • Wysokińska Zofia
    Department of World Economy and Textile Marketing, Faculty of Textile Engineering and Marketing, Technical University of Łódź, Łódź, Poland

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The aim of the paper is to present main tendencies in global and European textile and clothing trade and competitive position of different regions and products especially Far East of Asia countries in the context of the liberalization process within the WTO. Dynamic development of constructions, generating needs for functional, comfortable and decorative designs, decorative clothes, textile wallpapers, carpets and textile floor coverings connected with equipment of interiors of companies, houses and flats (decorative textiles examined in the paper). Increasing importance of the quality of action of the specialized rescue service, which is connected with the increase of dangers resulting from higher freedom of movement of people and liberalization of labor market at an international scale – this results in increase of demand for highly specialized technical textiles also detailed examined in the paper.ďýďýďý

Tags: European Union, globalization, foreign trade, decorative textiles, technical textiles.

Citation: Wysokińska Z.; Economic Analysis of the Modern Textiles & Clothing Market within the Process of Final Completion of the ACT/WTO Agreement. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe, January/March 2009, Vol. 17, No. 1 (72) pp. 7-12.

Published in issue no 1 (72) / 2009, pages 7–12.


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