WASHINGTON — Apparel and textile imports to the U.S. fell 6.4 percent in February to 3.9 billion square meter equivalents from a year earlier, a report from the Commerce Department’s Office for Textiles and Apparel showed Thursday, as the Obama administration continued to tout Made in America and export opportunities.
On the import front, retailers and brands kept an eye on inventories in February, following a long-term downward import trend.
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