GENEVA — Safeguard quotas imposed on China by the U.S. and European Union in late 2005 have been a boon to Indonesia's apparel industry, according to a World Trade Organization report.
Indonesian apparel exports to the U.S. have performed better in categories restricted by the China safeguards, the report noted. During January to May 2006, exports in restraint items increased by 30.9 percent, to $975 million, compared with $745 million in shipments reported during the same period in 2005.
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