U.S. Textile Companies Ask For Rule of Origin To Be Kept

The president of the Dominican Republic has warned the U.S. government about the impact the Trans- Pacific treaty in the textile sector in the region.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

From a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Dominican Republic:

On November 27, President Danilo Medina sent a communication to the President of the United States, Barack Obama, in which it reiterated its concern expressed during the meeting held in San José, Costa Rica, in May, in connection with the negative impact which could come from the Trans- Pacific Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) on the textile and clothing industry in the signatory countries of the DR -CAFTA and the region, if certain special concessions that could cause changes in the management and values ​​of hemispheric trade, and on a worldwide level.

The TPP being is negotiated by the United States with Mexico, Singapore, Peru, New Zealand, Malaysia, Chile, Brunei, Japan, Vietnam, Canada and Australia.



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