Dynamic competitiveness of the textile and clothing industry in Africa
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa.;
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The purpose of this study dynamic competitiveness is defined as the growth rate of a static competitive index (SCI) (see below) of countries over time. The dynamic competitiveness criterion is that for African textile and clothing firms to be competitive in future, the rate of growth of their competitive indexes, determined in part by their unit cost of production, should be less than that of their competitors. Whilst dynamic competitiveness examines the concept over a period of time, static competitiveness looks at competitiveness at a point in time.
Citation“United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa. (2000-09). Dynamic competitiveness of the textile and clothing industry in Africa. [s.n.]. © UNECA,. http://hdl.handle.net/10855/21010”
Serial TitleWorking paper series (United Nations Economic Commission for Africa);
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