The ides of March have never been exactly bountiful for coat makers, but that doesn’t mean they’re willing to wait for fall for business to get going.

Even though 2001 posted a 14 percent decline in women’s outerwear sales to $4.3 billion, 2002 sales should show an improvement, especially since cold weather came relatively early this fall and spurred sales.

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