WASHINGTON — Wholesale prices for domestically produced women’s apparel showed some signs of strength in October, with an uptick of 0.7 percent, but continued to decline on an annual basis, the Labor Department reported Friday in its Producer Price Index.

Compared with October 2001, women’s apparel prices at the producer level fell 1.2 percent last month.

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