BRUSSELS — With a little more than a year to go until global textile and clothing quotas disappear for good, the European Commission on Tuesday unveiled a series of measures including a new “Made in Europe” label aimed at preserving the European Union’s competitive edge.

“It is an area where the EU is and wants to remain the main commercial player on the world stage,” EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy asserted to journalists a day before the EU executive was set to rubber-stamp a 41-page report outlining the changes.

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