CHIEF US textile negotiator Jennifer Hillman says talks with Macau officials on the latest US-Macau textile pact have failed so far to solve the thorny problem of Chinese illegal transshipments through the enclave. Ms Hillman led a US delegation to meet the Macau Under-secretary for Economy and Finance, Vitor Pessoa, and Deputy Economic Services Director Antonio Leca da Veiga Paz. Ms Hillman said they had discussed the terms of the pact, which will replace the current deal due to expire by the end of this year. The talks had not found a solution to dealing with Macau textile manufacturers which did not meet the Certificate of Country of Origin regulations, she said. These firms had been found to have put false ''Made in Macau'' labels on clothes made in China and exported to the US. Ms Hillman said more talks would be held in Washington this year.