CORAL GABLES, Fla. — The talk at this month’s annual meeting of the American Textile Manufacturers Institute focused on one key topic: How U.S. mills can survive in an apparel industry that’s increasingly dominated by Asian production.

But the three-day event, which wrapped up April 4, also wrestled with the barriers that Western Hemisphere companies face in trying to establish a regional trade block that can compete with Far Eastern suppliers.

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