GENEVA, Switzerland — Reflecting mounting domestic political pressures, the Bush administration Monday came out swinging in the global trade talks on the volatile issue of textiles and apparel trade concerns.

Peter Allgeier, Deputy U.S. Trade Representative and lead negotiator in the Doha round of trade talks, charged developing nations with using World Trade Organization grievance procedures to try to reopen negotiations on already negotiated trade standards.

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