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Based on the empirical findings from Chap. 9 and an overview of the institutional history of the US textile and apparel industries, policy prescriptions for the growth of the US industry are suggested. Namely, we suggest the formation of a textile extension program (TEP) and/or an apparel extension program (AEP) might be able to inform firm principals which universities or research institutes have greater expertise to solve specific manufacturing or production issues. TEP and/or AEP hubs might also point firm principals to regional or national research programs that are aligned well with their manufacturing or production needs.
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