Keith Nuthall
THE TEXTILES Monitoring Body of the World Trade Organisation has asked the United States to confirm that textile and clothing imports that are to be subject of liberalised quotas, under the third stage of its implementation of the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing, will be free of visa restrictions that have been applied in the past. The United States has replied that a decision will be made later this year, following "consultation with our bilateral textile visa arrangement partners, as to whether or not a visa requirement will be retained ...

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