WASHINGTON — U.S. trade officials are facing a big decision this year — whether or not to reimpose quotas on certain apparel and textile imports from China, which have been growing by leaps and bounds.

Jim Leonard, deputy assistant secretary of Commerce for textiles, apparel and consumer goods industries, and chair of the Committee for the Imple-mentation of Textile Agreements, met with Chinese Embassy officials last month and reportedly raised a "gamut of issues," according to a Commerce spokeswoman.

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