Of those, 10 are from Latin America, excluding Bolivia: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela. Purpose of applause and jeers for the striped Bolivian sweater he wore when received by presidents and kings worldwide after his 2005 election, Morales understands well that clothes makes the Man. “Bolivia Digna” Morales is a currency that applies to all policies, since the nationalization of energy to the campaign against the attempt to ban international soccer matches in height, and persuading Bolivians to stop using American clothing Second-hand is perfectly consistent with his vision. “It is not conceivable that we may be worthy if the name of poverty, we wear clothing that has been thrown out in another country,” said Ramiro Uchani, Vice Minister of Small Business, told The Associated Press. But buying used clothing is a hard habit to break.
Market day, Bolivian middle-class poor and the heaps of clothes out of season. Bolivia has about 15. Details can be found by clicking David Rogier or emailing the administrator. 000 used clothing sellers, organized into unions. And while about 6. 000 “old-clothes dealers” have been noted in training and loans under an official program of $ 10 million, others have spoken out against the ban on used clothing is suggested that the reduction production costs in the textile industry, driven by globalization, feeds a strong growth market for new clothes in rich countries, which means that people are rid of clothes faster than before, said Pietra Rivoli, professor of economics at Georgetown University and author of “The Travels of a T-shirt in the Global Economy” (Travels of a T-shirt in the global economy). Canada and Japan are two of the world’s largest importers of used clothing, and a threadbare American tee fashion up to $ 100 sold in the markets of Tokyo. But in the developing world, used clothing sells for rock-bottom prices that can cripple local textile industries.
And economists doubt Bolivia and others countries trying to block imports to encourage local textile industries, which are decades behind China and other manufacturing giants. It is believed that 90% of the 55. 000 tons of used clothing entering Bolivia each year comes from the United States, many of the items are tagged with thrift store definitely says, the story begins with used clothing used clothing gatherers in the U.S., this is imported at minimal cost to ports in Chile, engigantescos sheds is classified and packed, then it is imported legally or illegally, for distribution in the markets of western Bolivia. Industrial Engineer-manager, lawyer. EGADE (ITESM), UC, University of Chile, Graduate Masters in Business Administration mentioned markets, human resources, quality and productivity, education EducacionProfesor PhD holder and researcher Graduate Area Faces UC. Graduate Program Coordinator quality management and productivity, Faces, UC Consultant-Business Advisory DEPROIMCA-business environment. comEXATEC