Textile talks fall short of agreement

Laws, Forrest
September 2005
Southeast Farm Press;9/21/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 22, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the failure of negotiations between the U.S. and China in an effort to reach a resolution of the dispute over China's textile exports to the U.S. Concurrence of the failure of negotiations with the scheduled ruling on six safeguard petitions on cotton and man-made fiber bras, knit fabric and other goods filed by U.S. textile manufacturing groups; Quotas set on specific categories of textile imports by the U.S. under China's accession agreement to the World Trade Organization; Estimate on China's annual textile imports.


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