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China Rebounds: US Apparel Imports Up in September Following Trade War-Induced Declines

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The United States’ apparel imports from China bounced back in September after months of declines amid a tariff war that caused companies to shy away from a country which may have been their chief supplier. But as brands and retailers gear up for the crucial holiday selling period—and before a threatened 25 percent increase in tariffs by…

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