By  on March 25, 2008

TOKYO — The Japanese textile industry continues to stagnate, as unfavorable exchange rates and surging production in China and other low-cost countries bite into business.

But companies here are developing strategies to cope by focusing on more complex fabrics and expanding their production facilities in China and other low-cost Asian countries.

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