This paper is concerned with the gender and poverty implications of globalisation in the context of
As elsewhere, the export-oriented garment industry in
The paper concludes that until rural unemployment and underemployment is reduced and alternative jobs become available, female labour will continue to crowd into the garment industry regardless of working conditions and wages.
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