CHINA: Textile Chief Fears US Trade Barriers
A senior Chinese textile official warned on Wednesday he expects the US to slap trade protection measures on several locally-made apparel products in a move that will cost his country billions of dollars a year in lost orders. Cao Xinyu, vice chairman of China's Textile Import & Export Chamber of Commerce (CTIE) said he fears US officials will introduce the measures on items such as intimate apparel, gloves and knitting fabric.
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