UAE: US Garment Export Quotas Cut By 15 Per Cent
Garment export quotas to the US have been cut by 15 per cent this year figures released by the United Arab Emirates yesterday revealed. "The reduced number did come as a surprise, and we have not received any explanation. We just do not understand the reason why the Ministry of Economy and Commerce has done so, given that last year they increased the quotas by about 7 to 10 per cent," an industry spokesperson told the Gulf News.
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