NEW YORK — "Thanks for braving our first winter storm of the year, which I’ll take as an indication of your commitment to cotton," Cotton Inc. president and chief executive officer J. Berry Worsham said Thursday night at the group’s annual holiday gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The party opened with a walk-through of an exhibit called "The Legacy of Genghis Khan." The parallel between the infamous Mongolian hordes that swept across much of Asia and the feared onslaught of Asian imports in 2005, when the quotas are dropped, was clear to the textile executives who made the trip.

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