USA: ATMI Wants End To "Strong-Dollar" Policy
Bosses of the American Textile Manufacturers Institute (ATMI) have called on the government to abandon its strong-dollar policy in a bid to save the industry from its worst crisis since the Great Depression. The lobbyists have demanded that Congress and the Bush Administration changes its trade policies to ensure equitable treatment for an industry that has seen 100 mills close and 60,000 jobs lost in the past 12 months alone.
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