WASHINGTON — A group of 24 House lawmakers reintroduced legislation on Wednesday that aims to crack down on textile import fraud and transshipments.
U.S. textile producers praised the legislation, known as the Textile Enforcement and Security Act, saying it provides more resources to U.S. Customs and Border Protection to help fight fraudulent textile imports, particularly goods that come from Central America under the Central American Free Trade Agreement and from Mexico and Canada under the North American Free Trade Agreement.
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