Pakistanis push trade, not just aid, after floods
Published 10/03/2010, Associated Press
This eastern Pakistani city is known for the roar of its power looms and the buzz of its sewing machines. Now, following massive floods that devastated the cotton crop, another noise is threatening to drown those out: the pleas of a struggling textile industry begging the U.S. and Europe to open their markets further.Word count: 814
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