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Bump in US Apparel Imports From China Continues, as Trade War Window Opens

Rivet’s 2021 winter issue has dropped! This in-depth issue examines the steps the global denim industry is taking to minimize its impact on the environment, from implementing zero waste production and design processes to establishing greenhouse gas emissions goals aligned with the Paris Agreement.

U.S. apparel imports from China continued a comeback in October, rising for the second consecutive month after an extended slump in the midst of the U.S.-China trade war, which has seen tariffs imposed on both sides. Apparel imports to the U.S. from China increased 19.3 percent to 1.33 billion square meter equivalents (SME) in October…

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