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TRADE CHINA SURPLUS
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October 26, 2004 
A customer (R) looks at bales of fabric at a shop in Beijing October 26, 2004. China expects its trade... 
Beijing, China 
A Chinese customer looks at bales of fabric at a shop in Beijing. 
A customer (R) looks at bales of fabric at a shop in Beijing October 26, 2004. China expects its trade surplus to be around $10 billion in 2004, and sees friction over textile exports topping the list of trade troubles next year, a senior Commerce Ministry official has said. U.S. textile makers, worried that a flood of inexpensive Chinese products will cost many American jobs, want the Bush administration to impose new tariffs before the current quotas come to an end. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA 
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