According to Jocson-Agoncillo, the survey showed that for a company with 1,500 workers and below, the impact is an immediate shutdown within 6 months to one year. She noted that the TRABAHO Bill comes on the heels of a declining apparel exports. Apparel exports decreased by 16 percent last year to $928 million. For medium-sized firms employing 3,000 to 5,000 per factory, and manufacturing products like jeans, the displacement of workers would be 50 per cent in 12-18 months. For firms producing higher end products, like suits, the displacement threshold is 30-32 per cent. (DS)
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