CHINA has delivered a promise to publish liberalised import quotas in April fulfilling its commitments under the WTO's Agreement on Textiles and Clothing, including clothing and textile lines accounting for 51 per cent of its total 1992 imports.

Products given sharply increased access to China include jackets, trousers, blazers, suits, dresses, skirts, leg warmers and many others.

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