WASHINGTON — Congress has sent a tariff suspension bill to President Obama, ending seven months of increased duties on imported textiles, footwear and apparel components and relieving some of the cost pressures the industry has been facing.
The Senate passed the measure by voice vote Tuesday night, sending the measure to the president, who is expected to sign it.
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