WASHINGTON — U.S.-made apparel prices rose 0.3 percent in November compared with October, the Labor Department’s Producer Price Index showed Thursday.
On a year-over year basis, domestic apparel prices increased 1.3 percent. U.S.-made women’s and girls’ apparel prices fell 0.1 percent in November but were 0.2 percent higher than a year earlier. Men’s and boys’ apparel prices rose 1.3 percent last month and were 5 percent higher than in November 2011.
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