China, which recently resolved a textile dispute with the European Union, may face new frictions because it has nearly filled the quotas on a number of garment categories the Wall Street Journal reported. It said European retailers and manufacturers are worried that shipments may not be delivered and their stores will be empty. In June, the EU agreed to widen the cap set on Chinese textile imports. Late last week, EU nations refused to admit Chinese pullover sweaters and some shipments were stranded. By the end of August, Europe may impose embargoes on several other Chinese products, including bed linens, blouses and knit shirts.