By  on March 25, 2014

LIMA, Peru — It doesn’t take long for a textile or apparel maker in Lima to start talking about quality control.

With prices that can’t compete with China’s low-cost exports and ambitions as high as the Andes’ peaks, Peru’s industry executives are touting their high-quality Pima cotton and alpaca, quick turnaround ability, short shipping times to U.S. ports and attention to detail to U.S. and European brands as they seek to grow and recover from the recent economic crisis.

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