Developed countries should be aware that textile integration is an inevitable trend and to have quotas is not correct.
"Bo Xilai" is a former Chinese politician. He came to prominence through his tenures as the mayor of Dalian and then the governor of Liaoning. From 2004 to November 2007, he served as Minister of Commerce (People's Republic of China)/Minister of Commerce. Between 2007 and 2012, he served as a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China/Central Politburo and secretary of the Communist Party of China/Communist Party's Chongqing branch.
The son of Bo Yibo, one of the Eight Elders of the Communist Party of China, Bo Xilai is one of the "princelings" of Chinese politics. He cultivated a casual and charismatic image in the media that marked a departure from the normally staid nature of Chinese politics.
While serving in Liaoning, Bo held an important niche in the Northeast Area Revitalization Plan, but was the subject of corruption allegations and was accused of human rights abuses against Falun Gong.More Bo Xilai on Wikipedia.
Nearly ... We haven't signed a final agreement.
I believe they are not reasonable.
Quite soon we should get a deal with the U.S. as well.
A far cry from our original expectations.
Let me say optimistically that we should have a deal with the United States quite soon, as well.
This is a legitimate right that China is entitled to, and we will resort to this mechanism when it is time to do so.
Mandelson was more active about this than the U.S. - he personally became involved - and so the China-EU deal was signed earlier.
At least in the sphere of textile trade, China and the EU depend on and value each other.