WASHINGTON — The Bush administration sought to show progress in its efforts to improve conditions in the beleaguered textile and apparel industries Wednesday, as it unveiled its first textile report to Capitol Hill lawmakers.

While some textile industry representatives lauded the administration for singling out the sector, many dismissed the report as a political paper touting the government’s existing programs as opposed to tangible improvements and action.

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