Textile group decries currency tricks

June 2003
Furniture/Today;6/30/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 42, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on criticisms of American Textile Manufacturers senior vice president Cass Johnson against the currency manipulation by China and other Asian exporters and its impact on the domestic textile sector. Conditions resulting to the closure of more than 200 textile plants in the U.S.


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