By  on March 18, 2014

WASHINGTON — At a time when gridlock on Capitol Hill has stalled President Obama’s trade agenda, apparel executives continue to test the waters on investing in U.S. production and make the case for Made in America, while also pressing for new market-opening trade deals.

Executives placed an emphasis on Made in USA, the changing global sourcing paradigm and ethical sourcing in the wake of factory tragedies in Bangladesh at the American Apparel & Footwear Association’s annual summit here.

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