By  on August 1, 2008

WASHINGTON — Discounters and specialty stores added jobs in July in contrast with overall retail trends as the U.S. unemployment rate reached a four-year high, the Labor Department said.

The stores apparently benefited from the residual effects of government tax rebate checks, analysts said. However, textile and apparel manufacturers cut payrolls.

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