The United States is one of the world’s largest apparel markets, but 97 percent of the garments sold here are made elsewhere.

So it will come as no surprise if fashion is the first industry to be affected when President-elect Donald Trump launches his trade strategy after taking office on Friday.

The $380 billion industry is booming. But, as once-bustling sewing factories have disappeared in the U.S., American consumers have grown increasingly addicted to cheap, plentiful fashions assembled in such places as China, Mexico and Bangladesh.

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