By and and  on October 14, 2008

The domestic textile industry is getting closer to the edge of extinction.

Thanks to the ongoing credit crisis and consolidation of retailers and apparel producers, the U.S. textile industry — which, in its heyday, employed more than 700,000 workers, but has since shrunk to less than 300,000 — is facing even bleaker days.

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