WASHINGTON — A coalition of trade associations on Wednesday called on Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to increase pressure on the Honduran government to resolve a four-month-old coup before the textile and apparel industry deteriorates further.
Seven textile and apparel industry associations sent their second letter in a month to Clinton expressing concern. The groups warned that if the current standoff continues, the textile and apparel sector in Honduras could be permanently damaged.
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