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

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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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