WASHINGTON — Wholesale prices for domestically produced women’s apparel in May returned to their long-term deflationary pattern, declining 0.3 percent after a monthly increase of 1 percent in April, the Labor Department reported Friday in its Producer Price Index.

Compared with May 2002, women’s apparel prices at the producer level were unchanged.

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