CORAL GABLES, Fla. — The Commerce Department on Thursday set guidelines for companies to file petitions alleging that Chinese textile imports are disrupting U.S. markets.
Undersecretary Grant Aldonas told members of the American Textile Manufacturers Institute at their annual meeting here that the guidelines would be published in the Federal Register within a week. He said Commerce should begin reviewing petitions within two weeks.
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