WASHINGTON — Retail prices for women’s apparel in April fell a seasonally adjusted 0.4 percent against March, as stores took advantage of imported bargains and sought to lure shoppers with sales, the Labor Department reported Friday in its Consumer Price Index.

Compared with April 2002, retail prices for women’s apparel were off 3.4 percent, part of a long-term deflationary slide.

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