By  on December 23, 2008

The volatile global economy and restrictive trade policies have triggered a dramatic shift in the hierarchy of countries that supply the U.S. with its fashion.

Driven by the need to keep apparel prices low as shoppers severely limit spending, companies are increasingly turning to value suppliers such as Vietnam, Bangladesh and Honduras, creating pockets of growth despite a worldwide slackening of apparel and textile manufacturing.

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