By  on July 16, 2008

WASHINGTON — The House Ways & Means Committee will consider whether special scrutiny of foreign imports is needed to prevent damage to the U.S. textile industry, chairman Charles Rangel said Tuesday.

Citing intense competition from China and Vietnam, Rangel (D., N.Y.) said at a National Press Club forum on U.S. competitiveness that the panel believes in “protecting [the domestic textile industry’s] interests at the same time we’re promoting trade with other countries.”

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