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CITA determines non-availability of stretch fabric in CAFTA-DR region
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Jun '09
The Committee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements (CITA) has determined that certain cotton stretch woven fabric, as specified below, is not available in commercial quantities in a timely manner in the CAFTA-DR region. The subject product will be added to the Annex 3.25 list, effective from the date of publication in the Federal Register. June 23, 2009.

Company Name: American Design Industries
Specifications: Cotton Stretch Woven Fabric
HTS Subheading: 5209.39.0090 and 5209.39.0080
Fiber Content: 96% to 97% cotton/4% to 3% spandex
Average Yarn Number: 38/IMC-40/IMC; 61/IMC
Thread Count: 77 warp ends x 20 filling picks per square centimeter
Weave Type: Stretch Dobby
Weight: 208.17-254.43 grams/m2
Width: 124.46 to 132.08 centimeters
Finish: Piece Dyed

Variance allowance of up to three percent for content, ten percent for yarn size, ten percent for thread count, ten percent for fabric weight, and ten percent for fabric width.

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