Commission Studies China's Trade Status

Morissey, James A.
July 2004
Textile World;Jul2004, Vol. 154 Issue 7, p18
Trade Publication
U.S. trade officials are taking a look at China's request to be recognized as a market economy, an issue that once again will drive a wedge between U.S. textile manufacturers and importers of apparel. The U.S. Department of Commerce's import administration has solicited testimony from interested parties to help it determine whether China should be considered a market economy for purposes of U.S. anti-dumping laws designed to prevent exporters from selling their products below their cost of production.


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