NEW YORK — In a year of economic and political turbulence,exhibitors preparing for next week’s International Fashion Fabric Exhibition said they expect the show to serve as a barometer of business conditions for the coming months.

Companies planning to show at the event, which runs Oct. 15 to 17 at the Jacob K. Javits Center in Manhattan, are taking a variety of approaches in their fall lines, with many fabric companies trying to seek out niche areas where pricing is competitive. Some textile companies said they are trying to expand into garment production, to be able to offer full packages to their customers.

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