WASHINGTON — The Commerce Department today is set to release a roadmap to follow in deciding whether to slap quotas on apparel and textiles from China, if agency officials decide U.S. producers are being harmed by imports.

With China’s low-cost imports surging — in the first quarter this year they skyrocketed 125 percent — domestic textile officials have been clamoring for limits. U.S. officials have delayed acting on industry requests, claiming they needed to create procedures first.

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