By  on October 21, 2003

DONGGUAN, China — The politics of global trade has Chinese manufacturers concerned, but not enough to stop them from forging ahead on massive projects to meet the expected demand from the dropping of quotas on textiles and apparel in 2005.

Almost without exception, top sourcing and manufacturing executives have complained that it’s hard to plan their business, since it’s likely that the Bush administration will in some way restrict imports from China when quotas on textiles and apparel are lifted in 2005.

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