WASHINGTON — After four months of declines, retail prices for women’s apparel bounced back in August, increasing a seasonally adjusted 1.8 percent against July, the Labor Department reported Wednesday in its Consumer Price Index.

However, compared with August 2001, women’s apparel prices last month decreased 1.4 percent, a continuation of their months-long deflationary pattern.

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