Trade Fashion Series NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports textile manufacturing will be one of the major issues at the World Trade Organization's meeting in Cancun, Mexico. American retail companies are buying most of their apparel overseas, and textile plants here in the United States are closing down.
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NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports textile manufacturing will be one of the major issues at the World Trade Organization's meeting in Cancun, Mexico. American retail companies are buying most of their apparel overseas, and textile plants here in the United States are closing down.