This Note argues that the implementation of the new regulations violate both the spirit and the letter of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements to which the United States is a party. This Note will also examine the new textile regulations in light of judicial and administrative rulings. An examination of the conflict between the new regulations and the MFA follows. Finally, an analysis of the effects of the new regulations on the domestic economy and on international relations will be discussed.
Thomas T. Janover,
New "Country of Origin" Textile Regulations Violate the Multifiber Arrangement,
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