Keith Nuthall
NEW World Trade Organisation member Taiwan has told the institution's Textile Monitoring Body how it intends to implement the first three stages of the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing, with which it must now comply. Taipei said that for the first stage, restrictive import quotas would be removed from product lines representing 16.05 per cent of its total textiles imports in 1990, 17.15 per cent for the second stage and 18.36 for the third stage. Both Taiwan and China attended TMB meetings as observers, prior to their admission to the WTO ...

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