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Byline: IVAN CASTANO
Mexico Eyes Antipiracy Deal With China
Mexico's apparel industry association Canaive hopes to sign an antipiracy cooperation agreement with Chinese counterpart China National Textile and Apparel Council early next year, as it struggles to tame a flood of subvalued Chinese imports.
It is also seeking similar agreements with five other regional apparel associations, which it intends to sign throughout 2012, Canaive's president, Marcos Cherem, revealed to WWD.
"We hope to meet with them in late January or early February and hopefully sign a cooperation deal then," Cherem said.
He could not say at this stage which regional associations Canaive plans to meet with, as "the schedule is still being set up."
In October, Canaive met with Zhang Xinmin, vice chairman of the China Chamber of Commerce for Import & Export of Textiles, during the 27th World Apparel …