U.S. Textiles Lost More Ground in '04

Hogsett, Don
January 2005
Home Textiles Today;1/31/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 21, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that American textiles industry continued to lose ground during 2004 in Washington. Contribution of plant closures, lower employment, weakening profits and soaring imports of low-cost products on the decline of business operations of the industry; Number of industry shutdown during the previous year; Impact of Chinese textile imports on creating textiles and apparel trade deficit.


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