ANALYSIS: New US trade bills unlikely to help apparel firms
By just-style.com | 30 June 2009
Two new textile trade bills currently making their way through the US legislature claim to promote economic and political stability in some of the world's poorest countries. But Mike Flanagan believes they are both deeply unrealistic, and that their impact on apparel makers, importers and retailers could be damaging too.
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