WASHINGTON — Made in America keeps gaining momentum.
In a survey of 29 of the largest American retailers, apparel brands, textile companies and importers and wholesalers, 55 percent of the executives said they plan to increase their production somewhat in the U.S. in the next two years. The companies included fashion brands, department stores and lifestyle brands selling a range of products from apparel to footwear, accessories and home goods.
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