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US Jeans Imports Tumble 35% Through May

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U.S. denim imports went into a deeper slide in May, as the decline in shipments expanded from the previous month and was steeper than the overall falloff in apparel coming into the country so far this year. For the year to date through May, U.S. imports of denim apparel–97 percent of which is jeans–fell 35.12…

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