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China’s Apparel Exports to US Fell in June Amid Escalating Trade War

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U.S. trade policy is clearly having an impact on sourcing trends, with China–caught in a trade war with the Trump administration–feeling the heat. Still the top supplier to the U.S. despite erosion of its numbers and tariffs being levied on goods between the world’s two largest economies, China saw its apparel exports to the U.S….

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