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US, EU Fashion Brands Refused to Pay $16B in Garment Orders: Report

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$16.1 billion. That’s how much apparel imports flopped from April through June in the United States and from April through May in the European Union. Given the lead times on apparel orders, the only plausible explanation for the steep decline is the failure of brands to pay for the clothing they ordered before Covid-19 seized…

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