VIETNAM: US firms delay orders until import review
By just-style.com | 12 June 2007
Many US retailers and importers are reported to be postponing new orders for Vietnamese textiles and garments until after the Department of Commerce (DoC) has completed a first formal review of its import monitoring programme in August.
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