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These cases highlighted areas where export problems routinely occur, and singled out particular problems for policy intervention. On the positive side, the study also dispelled the notion that African labor cannot compete internationally. Specifically, manufacturing firms in Africa with experienced managers reported unit labor costs well within the ranges of competitors in Asia in standardized product areas. In Kenya, Ghana and Zimbabwe, investors appear to have come to this conclusion and have recently opened or expanded garment factories in these countries.
C. A. All rights reserved Manufactured in the United States of America First printing June 1996 Second printing July 1996 Discussion Papers present results of country analysis or research that are circulated to encourage discussion and comment within the development community. To present these results with the least possible delay, the typescript of this paper has not been prepared in accordance with the procedures appropriate to formal printed texts, and the World Bank accepts no responsibility for errors.
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Africa can compete!: export opportunities and challenges in garments and home products in the European market, Parts 63-300 by Tyler Biggs