By  on April 22, 2013

WASHINGTON — The U.S. textile industry is hoping to capitalize on Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s “Made in America” push and the shift in apparel production back to the Western Hemisphere, which has led to an expansion of existing capacity and new textile mills.

Textile executives attending the National Council of Textile Organizations’ annual meeting here last week said business has stabilized and picked up slightly thanks to a renewed interest by brands and retailers in producing apparel closer to home.

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