NEW YORK — Reaching out to a vital industry in an election year, the Obama administration sent Commerce Department officials to the center of American fashion on Monday.
A government contingent that included Francisco J. Sánchez, under secretary for international trade at Commerce, and Kim Glas, deputy assistant secretary for Textiles and Apparel, staged a roundtable with major fashion firms and retailers to talk about a range of hot button issues, from trade to the growing movement for Made in America goods.
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