WASHINGTON — Seven of eight remaining U.S. apparel companies charged with buying from sweatshops in Saipan in three blockbuster lawsuits have signed settlement agreements, but the final chapter of the bitter three-year legal battle has not been closed.

Levi Strauss & Co. has refused to settle and is the lone holdout in the legal battle.

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