Kantor says no changes to GATT schedules

Barrett, Joyce
March 1995
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;3/22/1995, Vol. 169 Issue 55, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on United States Trade Representative Mickey Kantor's announcement that there would be no changes in the Bill Clinton Administration's proposed schedules for the phaseout of quotas on textiles and apparel under the GATT Uruguay Round. Kantor's endorsement of Italian Renato Ruggiero as director general of the World Trade Organization.


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