NCTO president and CEO Auggie Tantillo quoted that, â€œNCTO is pleased that some textile products are on the second list. It would have a greater deterring effect, however, if more textile and apparel end products were included. As such, NCTO looks forward to working closely with the Trump administration to refine it.â€
He represented a group of textiles-related organizations last month certfying in favor of adding textiles to the original tariffs lineup. The new list of products being eyed for tariffs must also pass through a public comment period.
The National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) is renewing its call for Chinese textiles to be added to the Trump administrationâ€™s new tariffs roster.
The administration announced that additional 25% tariffs will fall on 1,102 products beginning in July. It also released a second list of products that could become subject to tariffs. Home textiles were not on either list, although most types of textiles machinery were included a move, supported by the NCTO and now, the organization is urging the government to go farther.
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