World Stabilization of the Textile Industry

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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor.

Domestic and World Regulation of Textiles

International Textile Conference at Washington

Representatives of some 20 leading textile-producing countries, meeting at Washington, April 2, for the first World Textile Conference, will seek to lay the basis for future stabilization of the textile industry through international agreements for regulation of labor conditions. While the conference, which is sponsored by the International Labor Organization, will not itself have power to propose labor treaties to governments, it is expected to recommend adoption by the International Labor Conference at Geneva in June ...

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