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Report

10 May 2019

Author:
Paul M. Barrett and Dorothée Baumann-Pauly, NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights

Report on challenges in Ethiopia's garment industry

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"Made in Ethiopia: Challenges in the Garment Industry's New Frontier"

In recent years, Ethiopia has launched a bold economic and social experiment by inviting the global garment industry to set up shop in the East African country. The CBHR team researched the challenges and opportunities. One place for the apparel industry to start is ensuring that Ethiopian factory employees are well-trained, motivated, and paid enough to afford basic necessities.

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