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Tariff Takedown: Why Ambiance Apparel’s $118 Million Federal Case is Fashion’s Cautionary Tale

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Federal prosecutors have filed charges against a Los Angeles Fashion District clothing importer its owner for running a plot to undervalue imported garments and avoid paying millions of dollars in taxes to the U.S. government. In conjunction with the charges, wholesaler Ambiance Apparel, along with owner Sang Bum “Ed” Noh, pled guilty to under-invoicing clothing…

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