VIETNAM: Vitas urges Bush to rethink import strategy
The Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (Vitas) has written to US President George Bush criticising a plan to restrict garment imports from Vietnam.
Vitas claims the plans to curb imports are against the principles of the World Trade Organization, VNA reported.
Moreover, the association pointed out that more than 90% of Vietnamese garment exports consist of products no longer manufactured in the US.
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