By  on February 6, 2012

MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s textile and apparel production is expected to rise 2 percent to just more than 100 billion pesos, or $7.3 billion, in 2012, as U.S. apparel brands shift some production south of the border and local demand remains strong in a stable economy.

“We are expecting U.S. producers to increase their full-package and fast-fashion clothing orders,” said Miguel Angel Andreu, director of the Mexican Textiles Institute, an industry consultancy.

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