NEW YORK — The migration of apparel production out of the U.S. to countries around the world has grown steadily in recent years, as sourcing executives chase lower wages, better logistics and special trade perks in developing nations.

But where apparel buyers see bargains, suppliers of textiles — trim and other products that go into apparel — see headaches. That’s because the developing nations that tend to be attractive locations for factories often lack the large body of commercial laws that governs businesses in the U.S., European Union and other parts of the Western world.

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