WASHINGTON — U.S. officials are sounding words of caution about the phaseout of apparel and textile quotas.

The Bush administration has begun "a dialogue" with 18 countries it has identified as being "overly dependent" on textile and apparel exports, with a goal of encouraging them to diversify into other industries as 2005 approaches.

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