U.S., China fail to resolve disagreement on textiles – Peter S. Goodman
From The Washington Post, via The Seattle Times:
U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators ended two days of talks here yesterday without an agreement resolving the dispute over widening volumes of Chinese-made textiles reaching the United States, a key source of friction between the two countries.
Sources briefed on the talks said the two sides made little if any progress, with both governments unwilling to yield. China has demanded that the Bush administration lift emergency caps it imposed in May on eight categories of clothing and textiles.
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