WASHINGTON — A unified textile industry challenged the Bush administration Wednesday to act aggressively on invoking a special textile and apparel safeguard action against China, claiming it is a “litmus test” of the administration’s commitments to the industry.
The leaders of six textile and fiber trade and lobby groups held a summit in Washington Tuesday and Wednesday to solidify a unified lobbying strategy on issues critical to the survival of their industry.
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