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Irish retailers frozen out by Chinese trade quotas

Chinese trade quotas might have left most European countries short of bras, shorts and blouses, but Irish retailers are more concerned about the blockage of anoraks, windcheaters and tracksuit bottoms.

27th August, 2005

Chinese trade quotas might have left most European countries short of bras, shorts and blouses, but Irish retailers are more concerned about the blockage of anoraks, windcheaters and tracksuit bottoms.

More than 80 million units of Chinese clothes are being blocked from EU countries because of new trade quotas, which were agreed for ten categories of Chinese clothes on June 10.

EU delegates met last Wednesday to discuss the situation and officials from the European Commission are...

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