WASHINGTON — The West Coast port lockout in early October slowed apparel and textile import growth for the month, but not enough to keep it from registering gains in the double digits.

Textile and apparel import growth decelerated for the first time since double-digit growth returned in April, but still posted a strong 11 percent gain in October against year-ago levels, according to the Commerce Department’s latest trade numbers.

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