Will there be a resurgence in US-made apparel?

Only 2.5 percent of clothing bought by U.S. shoppers last year was domestically produced, down from 56 percent in 1991. However, this share was half a percentage point up from two years ago, the first time the manufacturers have reclaimed some of the market share. The return to the "Made in the USA" label is gaining popularity, mostly due to consumer backlash. Will this trend continue? Story

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