USA: NCTO Outlines Long-Term Chinese Textiles Plan
By just-style.com | 16 August 2005
The National Council of Textile Organizations has reiterated its support of US efforts to achieve a comprehensive textile deal with China, and has laid out a five-step plan of action to reach such an end.
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