A worker sews a label for Saks Fifth Avenue onto a sweater at the Alpha Ningxia Cashmere Co. Ltd. in Lingwu, China, in 2006.
A worker sews a label for Saks Fifth Avenue onto a sweater at the Alpha Ningxia Cashmere Co. Ltd. in Lingwu, China, in 2006. Pete Souza / Chicago Tribune / MCT
A worker sews a label for Saks Fifth Avenue onto a sweater at the Alpha Ningxia Cashmere Co. Ltd. in Lingwu, China, in 2006. Pete Souza / Chicago Tribune / MCT

When textile quotas end this week, will U.S. jobs go, too?

December 29, 2008 05:38 PM

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