WASHINGTON — Domestic producers of women’s apparel in August continued to see prices virtually stand still, as retailers continued to trim their inventories and emphasize low prices.
The Labor Department reported Friday that wholesale prices for U.S.-made women’s wear in August edged up a faint 0.1 percent against July. Compared with August 2002, wholesale prices for women’s apparel were unchanged.
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