By Kristi Ellis

“In our letter, we tried to not just complain about what is going on, but to provide constructive recommendations about what the government can do,” said Julia Hughes, president of USA-ITA. “Part of that is relatively simple — allow ILO monitors to be in Uzbek for the cotton harvest. That seems to be a relatively simple thing they could do. What everybody wants to see is positive movement. Perhaps it will not be resolved overnight, but at least we would see a change in policy direction.”

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