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China’s Share of US Apparel Imports Fell Below 25%

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U.S. apparel imports were dramatically impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic and some other geopolitical factors, falling 23.46 percent in 2020 to a value of $64.07 billion from $83.71 billion in 2019, the Commerce Department’s Office of Textiles & Apparel (OTEXA) reported Friday. The China conundrum The most significant effect on major suppliers was seen…

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