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“Uncertainty” Over Trump Policies Makes Frenemies of Importers, Domestic Producers

The domestic textile industry and apparel importers have often been on opposite sides of U.S. trade issues, but in today’s political climate they seem to have found some common ground.

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US Reaffirms China’s Non-Market Economy Status—What it Means

The National Council of Textile Organizations lauded the administration’s determination this week reaffirming China’s non-market economy status for antidumping purposes and called for aggressive U.S. enforcement to crack down on unfair trade practices.

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Op-Ed: Nicaragua TPL – There’s More to the Story

By Augustine Tantillo, President and CEO, National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) In a September 22 op-ed entitled, “Renewing Nicaragua TPL Is Not Just a Game,” Steve Lamar of the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) called on Congress to extend the current Nicaragua Tariff… Read More

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