Coalition vows to be kingmaker in 2004

February 2004
Home Textiles Today;2/2/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p2
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Focuses on the plans of various textile firms to vote for political candidates supporting the retention of import quotas on products from China in the U.S. Way of preventing the loss of various jobs; Elimination of unfair trade practices; Factors affecting the earnings of the company.


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