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According to the National Textile Association (NTA), filling material provides the overall support of the pillow.
International Trade Commission (ITC) announced August 21 it is investigating another NAFTA short supply request filed by the National Textile Association (NTA) in 2007.
Obama Spilhaus of the National Textile Association says for all Obama's protectionist campaign talk in areas with heavy manufacturing "he's not going to stay that way.
Spilhaus of the National Textile Association said for all Obama's protectionist talk on the campaign trail "he's not going to stay that way.
Regardless, INDA did not waste time trying to understand the logic and instead worked with allied organizations like the American Fiber Manufacturers Association and National Textile Association, to warn industry members about the possible duty increase and provide a template, suggesting talking points for filing a formal submission with USTR.
In June, the National Council of Textile Organizations, the National Textile Association, the American Manufacturers Trade Action Association and UNITE Here filed the petition that covered products in quota categories 369/666.
Underscoring his point, Fitzgibbons outlined a number of major issues on which the national textile association was working with its members to increase the industry's global competitiveness.
The Challenge Ahead--Where We Are And Where We Are Going" Karl Spilhaus, president, National Textile Association, Boston, MA