WASHINGTON — The textile and apparel industries continued to shave jobs from their payrolls in March as low-priced imports, unused capacity and falling prices chipped away at employment, according to economists studying the Labor Department’s monthly employment report released Friday.

Department stores also shed jobs last month while apparel and accessories stores added positions to their payrolls.

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