January 12, 1994
Study Shows Textile, Apparel Duties Took Big Bite Out of U.S. Consumers
WASHINGTON -- U.S. import duties for apparel and textiles account for more than one-third of the $70 billion consumers spent in 1990 to protect all domestic industries, a new study has concluded.Gary C. Hufbauer and Kimberly A. Elliot,...
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