By and  on November 21, 2003

WASHINGTON — The retaliation begins.

The fallout from the Bush administration’s decision to impose safeguard quotas on select categories of Chinese imports continued Thursday. In Beijing, Chinese authorities turned up the volume of their protestations, while in Geneva, trade representatives of other developing nations fretted about the possibility of a broader U.S. crackdown on imports in 2005, when the World Trade Organization is set to drop all quotas on textiles and apparel.

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