By  on March 28, 2013

GENEVA — Argentina’s trading partners, led by the U.S., the European Union, China and Turkey, called on the South American nation at a World Trade Organization forum to remove problematic and costly import restrictive barriers, including on textiles and apparel.


“We simply cannot accept these type of measures that hurt U.S. exporters, as well as traders in many other countries,” said the U.S. delegation during a two-day review of Argentina’s trade regime hosted by the WTO secretariat last week.

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