Economy

June 18, 2009 12:01 AM

Textile smuggling undercuts U.S. industry, Congress to be told

U.S. trade data show that more cotton yarn was exported from the United States last year than was actually produced here — a number that sounds awfully hinky to a Gastonia, N.C., mill executive.

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