Thousands face unemployment as EC reconsiders anti dumping measures

Castle, David
November 1997
Cabinet Maker;11/14/97, Issue 5064, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the opposition of the British textile industry to the European Commission's efforts to curb grey cloth imports in response to Eurocoton's antidumping complaint. Eurocoton's representation of the interest of 30 European weaving companies; Expected loss of about 40,000 jobs due to the antidumping measures.


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