NEW YORK — The spring 2003 market was among the busiest and most successful in many years, according to retailers and manufacturers.

In addition to scores of buyers and senior management from major stores, national chains and discounters, the biggest boost came from a strong contingent of smaller specialty boutiques, particularly from the Southeast, Southwest and New England, who have never visited the New York market or were expanding seasonal shopping trips.

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