Keith Nuthall
THE EUROPEAN Union has promised to "significantly improve" its import quota and tariff arrangements for cotton exports from Egypt under an Association Agreement that has recently been signed by Brussels and Cairo. However European Commission officials told Textile Month that there was unlikely to be any dramatic increases in Egyptian shipments because of concessions already made by the EU to Egypt in recent years under a pre-existing economic cooperation agreement.

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