Keith Nuthall
DEVELOPING countries that export textiles and clothing, have rejectred calls by their rich trading partners, that they should open their domestic markets in return for further import concessions being offered by developed countries.

Meeting in Guatemala, the International Textiles and Clothing Bureau's Council of Representatives "categorically rejected" bids by the European Union and the United States "to demand additional market access concessions from developing countries as a condition to fully comply with their obligations under the ...

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