Textile Trade Faces Change On Jan. 1, the global agreement that has capped garment industry exports for decades will expire. China is among the countries poised to benefit from the change, and some U.S. companies are making changes to compete. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.
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Textile Industry Prepares for Major Rule Change

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Textile Industry Prepares for Major Rule Change

Textile Industry Prepares for Major Rule Change

Textile Industry Prepares for Major Rule Change

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On Jan. 1, the global agreement that has capped garment industry exports for decades will expire. China is among the countries poised to benefit from the change, and some U.S. companies are making changes to compete. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.