Keith Nuthall
POLAND has refused to accept a recommendation from the Textiles Monitoring Bureau of the World Trade Organisation that it lift transitional safeguard duties imposed on imports of acrylic/modacrylic staple yarn, pure or mixed with wool or fine animal hair, from Romania. In a statement, Warsaw claimed that to do so "would drive the remaining domestic producers out of business." However, its strong stance has been rejected by both the Romanian government and the TMB itself, which underlined its earlier conclusion that Polish producers had not ...

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