By  on March 18, 2008

BEIJING — The Chinese government and textile industry associations have refrained from directly addressing concerns in the U.S. Congress over key trade issues like currency reform and alleged textile trade subsidies.

Instead, top leaders spoke in recent weeks of broad policy measures to further open China's domestic consumer market, continue with currency reform at their own pace and abide by fair trade rules as part of the World Trade Organization.

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