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US Textile Associations to Merge for Larger Voice on Trade Policy

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Marking further consolidation of the organizations that represent the U.S. textile industry, the National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) and the American Fiber Manufacturers (AFMA) have agreed to merge, effective April 1. The combined organization will still carry the NCTO moniker and its president and CEO, Auggie Tantillo, will continue in that role heading the Washington, D.C.-based trade…

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