WASHINGTON — The U.S. and Vietnam reached a tentative agreement on a quota-setting bilateral textile and apparel pact Wednesday and officials will continue to work out the final details today, according to Jim Leonard, deputy assistant secretary of textiles, apparel and consumer goods industries at the U.S. Commerce Department.

Leonard, reached by phone Wednesday at the end of the sixth day of negotiations, said the deal covers a number of categories but he refused to say how many and at what levels the quotas have been set.

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