By  on January 23, 2008

GENEVA — Pakistan's continued use of export subsidies for products such as textiles and apparel "opens the possibility of distorting competition, trade and production patterns," according to a World Trade Organization report.

Since the end of the global quota regime in 2005, the textiles and apparel subsidies "have received priority" to help meet competition from other developing countries such as China and Vietnam, the study said.

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