Countdown to quota elimination

Hogsett, Don
February 2004
Home Textiles Today;2/2/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p1
Trade Publication
Focuses on the plans of the federal government to limit the imports of textile products from China in New York City. Assessment on the quality of the products; Affordability on the price of the products; Increase on the level of competition.


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