By  on September 16, 2013

ISTANBUL — Turkey closed down its New York clothing and textiles showroom nearly a decade ago, bowing to pressure from Chinese manufacturing competition and stiff U.S. tariffs.

Over the following few years, Turkish ready-wear companies focused on building their own brands to service a growing, youthful domestic audience and expanding their businesses into Europe, the Balkans, Russia and the Middle East. Exports to the U.S. slumped.

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