WASHINGTON — China bumped out Canada as the number two supplier of textiles and apparel to the U.S. on an annual basis, as it continued to dominate imports in July, the Commerce Department’s trade figures revealed Wednesday.

Apparel and textile imports from China surged 124 percent in the month and 55 percent to 3.3 billion square meters equivalent for the year ending July. Mexico remains the number one supplier of textile and apparel to the U.S., although China is nipping at its heels.

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