WASHINGTON — The U.S. and China failed to reach an agreement in Beijing this week over safeguard quotas the U.S. has imposed on three apparel and textile import categories, as China continued to increase its overall share of U.S. imports in November.

The Bush administration announced in December it had requested consultations with China and imposed quotas Dec. 24 on bras and other body-supporting garments; dressing gowns and robes, and knit fabric.

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