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Chinese workers arrange spindles in the Jing Au wool factory in Beijing. Since the Jan. 1 expiration of a global quota system that shielded the U.S. from low-cost textile imports, the Bush administration has sought to stem the wave of fabric from China through a case-by-case approach. In all, the U.S. placed curbs on seven product areas.
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Chinese workers arrange spindles in the Jing Au wool factory in Beijing. Since the Jan. 1 expiration of a global quota system that shielded the U.S. from low-cost textile imports, the Bush administration has sought to stem the wave of fabric from China through a case-by-case approach. In all, the U.S. placed curbs on seven product areas.