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How Much Will Twin Storms Damage Central America Garment Exports?

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MEXICO CITY — Tropical storms Iota and Eta could cost Central America up to $200 million in garment exports and see shipments delayed by one to two months as clothing factories are forced to idle production, industry observers said. They added the region, which sent nearly $7 billion of apparel to the U.S. last year,…

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