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Troubles in Vietnam Weigh Down Its Imports to U.S.

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While a surge in Covid cases leading to factory closures in Vietnam, and capacity problems in Cambodia disrupted normal sourcing patterns in July, U.S. apparel imports still increased 14.9 percent year over year to 2.51 billion square meter equivalents (SME), according to data released Thursday by the Commerce Department’s Office of Textiles & Apparel (OTEXA)….

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