Fabric Softener

Foer, Franklin
March 2002
New Republic;3/4/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 8/9, p19
Focuses on the possible suspension of U.S. tariffs and quotas on Pakistani textiles. Comments on the textile lobby's over time developed a prowess to match the oil and pharmaceutical industries; Possibility of the renewal of Trade Promotion Authority by the U.S. Congress; Abolition of all textile quotas by the World Trade Organization; Expenditure of millions of dollars by the textile lobby.


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