WASHINGTON — The Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements told WWD it plans to impose quotas on imports from Vietnam within the framework of a bilateral trade agreement. But — despite a request from the American Textile Manufacturers Institute — it will not single out one category, according to Jim Leonard, deputy assistant secretary of textiles, apparel and consumer goods at the Commerce Department and chair of CITA.

"We are not going to make one quota call," said Leonard. "When we do start negotiating, it will be on a full bilateral agreement."

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