NEW YORK — Encouraged by current sales and chilly temperatures, coat makers are optimistic their winter business will keep clicking along into the early part of next year.

They’re expecting a reversal of fortune for 2002, after last year’s 14 percent decline in women’s outerwear sales to $4.3 billion.

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