Apparel Imports Dip On Uncertain Demand

August 2012
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;8/10/2012, Vol. 204 Issue 29, p5
Trade Publication
The article examines a report released by the U.S. Commerce Department's Office of Textiles and Apparel, which announced that although textile imports increased 4.1 percent between June 2011 and June 2012, apparel imports declined 4.7 percent in the same period.


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