WASHINGTON — The Bangladesh government is mulling over a U.S. offer that would allow the entry of 175,000 dozen pairs of cotton trousers that were embargoed at the end of July, but with a penalty reducing next year’s quota by three times the amount, according to industry sources.

David Spooner, special textile negotiator at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, sent the proposal on behalf of the Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements to the Bangladeshi Embassy Wednesday, and gave officials there a deadline of Friday to accept or reject the offer, sources said.

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