This Comment discusses the changes in the rules of origin for textiles that were implemented after the United States joined the World Trade Organization. The changes were made in such a way as to protect U.S. domestic textile production from Chinese competition even though these changes were couched in terms of harmonizing U.S. customs regulations with those of the rest of the world.
Rules of Origin for Textiles: Implementing Legislation for GATT,
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