Steve Paul

December 23, 2013

The economic wheel spins as textile jobs return to U.S.

In another hopeful sign of a rebounding economy, China and other Asian textile manufacturers are finding it now cheaper to build plants in the U.S. We’re a long way from a convincing reversal of fortune. Still, it seems to be a viable trend. And, perhaps it’s just one of those inevitable points in the cycle of industrial evolution and disruption.

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