By  on September 23, 2008

MILAN — Italian textile producers at the Milano Unica show last week worried that the U.S. financial crisis could set off a decline in their already weakened businesses.

“We’re a little bit dazed,” Beppe Pisani, president of silk mill Serikos, said during the four-day fabric fair that ended Friday at the Milan fairgrounds. “We walk out of one problem — the dollar plummeting — and walk into another, the current bank crisis.

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