The US will examine mainland textile and apparel imports as the end date for the quota regime – set for December 31 – approaches, the South China Morning Post reported. The US International Trade Commission said it will compile reports every two weeks starting on December 1 on the volume, value, unit value and import market share of textiles and apparels over concerns of a "market-disrupting surge" of Chinese made goods as a five-year quota system expires. Some Chinese manufacturers downplayed the potential for an explosion in Chinese textiles and apparel exports as factories in Guangdong are facing shutdowns on the back of the global financial crisis.
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