By  on September 28, 2009

WASHINGTON — A coalition of fashion trade associations called on Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to pressure the Honduran government to fully restore commercial activity, as business came to a standstill last week, idling textile and apparel plants in that country and the U.S.

The Honduran government imposed curfews and shut down the port of Puerto Cortes, the principal hub for Central American trade, after ex-President Manuel Zelaya, who was deposed by a military coup in June, covertly returned to the country to resolve the three-month political crisis.

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