By  on September 19, 2006

WASHINGTON — Americans shopping in Wal-Mart or Macy's or just about any store find themselves in a sea of foreign-made clothing and accessories.

These imports are no longer considered cheaper or inferior in quality to merchandise manufactured in the U.S. — the prevailing belief 20 or so years ago — and now represent more than 90 percent of apparel sold at retail.

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