A US appeals court lifted a ban preventing the Bush administration from imposing safeguards on six Chinese textile goods, sparking immediate calls from the National Council of Textile Organizations for Washington to swing into action to slow Chinese imports of cotton trousers, man-made fiber trousers, cotton-knit shirts, man-made fiber knit shirts, men's woven shirts and underwear. According to the Council US imports from China on these items had increased more than fivefold in the first two months of 2005.
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