Do Chinese bra wars mask wider political agenda?
After months of remonstration, US textile manufacturers were this week claiming victory over the decision by the Bush administration to limit some Chinese fabric and clothing imports. But is this the start of rising US protectionism or a clever ploy to generate votes in the run-up to the 2004 presidential elections? asks Leonie Barrie.
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