Another good post from AAFA President Kevin Burke's Corner Office Views blog that highlights not only the imported products, but also the import programs, used by American apparel and footwear manufacturers. For example:
…certain cotton fabric used to make dress shirts or wool used to make some business suits isn’t readily available in the United States. But the United States is a leading producer of these products. To help these U.S. manufacturers remain competitive, AAFA has long supported the Cotton and Wool Trust Funds designed to refund the duties U.S. manufacturers have to pay on imported fabric they use to make.
You can read the whole article here.