By  on January 2, 2007

WASHINGTON — As Liz Claiborne Inc. pulled its sourcing out of Vietnam, U.S. textile lobbyists, importers and the Vietnamese government offered vastly different recommendations to the Bush administration last week on how to proceed with plans to monitor apparel imports from the country and possibly self-initiate antidumping trade cases.

"We have advised our Viet­nam vendors that we will not continue to source product from Vietnam," said Francis Kelly, Claiborne's vice president of international trade compliance and government affairs, in the company's comments.

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