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Fostering Women's Empowerment Through Special Economic Zones - Bangladesh

Fostering Women's Empowerment Through Special Economic Zones - Bangladesh

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Published by IFC Sustainability
This study examines the role export processing zones (EPZs) can play in Bangladesh to to promote women’s economic participation as a way to boost trade-zone competitiveness and generate sustainable jobs.
This study examines the role export processing zones (EPZs) can play in Bangladesh to to promote women’s economic participation as a way to boost trade-zone competitiveness and generate sustainable jobs.

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categoriesBusiness/Law, Finance
Published by: IFC Sustainability on Jul 17, 2012
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09/19/2013

 
Fostering Women’sEconomic Empowerment
 
Through Special Economic ZonesThe Case of Bangladesh
In Partnership with Canadaand the World Bank Group Gender Action Plan
THE WORLD BANK
 
Fostering Women’s EconomicEmpowerment
Through Special Economic Zones
The Case of Bangladesh
 
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