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Forget the detail-orientated and wonkish sourcing executives who have traditionally seen to the industry’s supply chain nuances, fashion companies need time travelers in the age of President Trump.

According to the latest check from the Commerce Department, January apparel imports shot up 10.7 percent from a year earlier, to 2.4 billion square meter equivalents. That’s a big swing given that apparel imports fell 1.1 percent to 26.9 billion square meter equivalents for all of last year.

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