New Silk Roads: East ASia and World Textile Markets

By: ANDERSON, Kym ed

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Cambridge University Press, 1992. Hardcover. Spine of dust jacket lightly sunned, several small tears to edges of dust jacket, sticker mark to back cover of dust jacket, otherwise very good condition (no markings to clean and bright text, binding is tight). Dust jacket notes: "The changing patterns of production and trade in fibres, textiles and clothing provide a classic case study of the dynamics of our interdependent world economy. Nowhere have these patterns changed more than in East Asia in recent decades. For centuries Asia supplied the textile factories of Europe with natural fibres, including silk from East Asia via the so-called Silk Road. Now, by contrast, East Asia exports virtually no natural fibres and instead is the world's most important exporter of manufactured textile products and chief importer of fibres. New Silk Roads demonstrates that despite the import barriers erected by advanced economies, textiles and clothing production continues to serve as an engine of growth for developing economies seeking to export their way out of poverty". 245pp. ISBN 0521392780.

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