WASHINGTON — U.S. textile groups have outlined policy recommendations for President-elect Barack Obama’s trade review team as the new administration begins formulating an agenda that will affect billions of dollars of global commerce.
The National Council of Textile Organizations and American Manufacturing Trade Action Coalition submitted proposals that include increasing resources for enforcement of trade agreements, creating separate advisory committees for domestic producers and importers, and cracking down on alleged subsidized Chinese imports.
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