GENEVA — The global trade in clothing grew by 4 percent last year, to reach $201 billion, according to a World Trade Organization study released last week. That represented a recovery from the 2 percent contraction in trade the previous year.

However, the recovery was not felt evenly around the world: Major exporters including China and Turkey saw strong growth in their apparel exports, while countries such as the U.S., Indonesia and South Korea recorded large contractions.

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