NEW YORK — The possibility of war may have been on the minds of the exhibitors and fabric buyers at last week’s International Fashion Fabric Exhibition, but rarely did the topic interfere with business, according to textile executives.
Instead, several mills and converters with inventory in the U.S. said they established contact with manufacturers looking for domestic fabric sources in case a U.S.-led strike on Iraq causes unexpected delays in the supply chain.
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