WASHINGTON — The U.S. has taken its apparel and textile safeguard action against China to the next level.

Following the Bush administration’s decision in November to take action against explosive imports from China, an interagency governmental group said Monday it has formally requested consultations with China, and has set and imposed quotas on bras and other body-supporting garments, dressing gowns and robes and knit fabric, effective Dec. 24.

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