Trade group files safeguard petitions

Laws, Forrest
August 2003
Southeast Farm Press;8/20/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 20, p4
Trade Publication
Relates the petitions filed by textile industry leaders to the U.S. government to implement the safeguard provisions in China's World Trade Organization accession agreement. Status of Chinese imports in 2002; Concerns raised by textile industry leaders; Product areas in which the American Manufacturing Trade Action Coalition filed its petitions.


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