WASHINGTON — Wholesale prices for domestically produced women’s apparel rose 0.3 percent in December, according to the Labor Department’s Producer Price Index released Friday.
For the 12 months, wholesale prices for women’s apparel continued in a long-term deflationary pattern, falling 1 percent against December 2002. Producer prices for girls’, children’s and infants’ apparel remained unchanged in December and rose 0.7 percent against a year ago.
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