WASHINGTON — Textile executives are keeping a close eye on China, which dominated textile imports to the U.S. in May, but their new concern is another Communist country — Vietnam.

The American Textile Manufacturers Institute has requested that the Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements impose quotas on all cotton and man-made fiber-knit shirt imports from Vietnam, according to Charles Bremer, vice president of international trade at the ATMI.

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