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# For the protection of American textile manufacturers against

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55.For the protection of American textile manufacturers against both Indian and Chinese competition, subsidies in 1994, introduced by Senate, which robbed US citizens the opportunity of buying inexpensive and high quality clothing.
A. For the protection of American textile manufacturers against both Indian and Chinese competition, subsidies in 1994, introduced by Senate
B. To protect American textile manufacturers both against Indian and Chinese competition, Senate introduced subsidies in 1994
C. In order to protect American textile manufacturers against both Indian and Chinese competition, subsidies were introduced by the Senate in 1994
D. In order to protect American textile manufacturers against Indian, as well as against Chinese, competition, subsidies in 1994 were introduced by the Senate
E. For protecting American textile manufacturers against Indian, as well as Chinese, competition, Senate introduced subsidies in 1994

OA is [spoiler][spoiler]c[/spoiler][/spoiler].

Please expalin the role of 'which' in option c

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01 Jun 2009, 10:58
I guess you've missed the underline in the question.

Whats the source?
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02 Jun 2009, 06:25
vaivish1723 wrote:
55.For the protection of American textile manufacturers against both Indian and Chinese competition, subsidies in 1994, introduced by Senate, which robbed US citizens the opportunity of buying inexpensive and high quality clothing.
A. For the protection of American textile manufacturers against both Indian and Chinese competition, subsidies in 1994, introduced by Senate
B. To protect American textile manufacturers both against Indian and Chinese competition, Senate introduced subsidies in 1994
C. In order to protect American textile manufacturers against both Indian and Chinese competition, subsidies were introduced by the Senate in 1994
D. In order to protect American textile manufacturers against Indian, as well as against Chinese, competition, subsidies in 1994 were introduced by the Senate
E. For protecting American textile manufacturers against Indian, as well as Chinese, competition, Senate introduced subsidies in 1994

OA is [spoiler][spoiler]c[/spoiler][/spoiler].

Please expalin the role of 'which' in option c

'which' refers to 'competition'.

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