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Mayor supports duty-free imports from Philippines

April 11, 2012

Photo by Gian DeLoia - Ridgway Mayor Guillermo Udarbe invited Consul General of the Philippines and staff to tour Ridgway. Shown, from left, Leopoldo Erufino, Linda Limcaco, Consul Zaldy Patron, Consul General Mario De Leon Jr., Mayor Guillermo Udarbe, Dr. Ada Rivera and Purita Acosta.

RIDGWAY - Ridgway Mayor Guillermo Udarbe and Consul General of the Philippines Mario De Leon Jr. and his staff attended a meeting with Congressman Glenn Thompson [PA-5] Wednesday afternoon at his office in Bellefonte to encourage sponsorship of a bill aimed to allow the duty-free entry of Philippine garments into the U.S.
Currently the bill, H.R. 2387, Save Our Industries Act, has 20 bipartisan cosponsors hoping to grant the duty-free entry of Philippine garments into the United States if the textiles and fabrics are made in the U.S.

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