Frenzy in Capital on Vietnam Quotas

Ellis, Kristi
April 2003
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;4/23/2003, Vol. 185 Issue 83, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on the controversy over government investigation on illegal transshipping through Vietnam into the U.S. Call for imposition of quotas at lower levels; Estimation of the value of imports; Debate over unilateral quotas.


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