WASHINGTON — China and Vietnam continued to dominate textile and apparel import growth in February, the Commerce Department reported Thursday, as agency officials came under stepped-up pressure from U.S. textile interests and Capitol Hill lawmakers to quickly limit shipments from these countries.

In response, U.S. apparel and textile import officials, including major retailers, are countering with concerns that their sizeable sector could be ignored by overly restrictive and hastily applied quotas.

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