Ni Meijuan, center, with trainees Enabel Perez, right, and Maria Elisena de Leon, left, at Keer Group’s cotton mill in Lancaster County, S.C., May 20, 2015. As textile production in China is becoming increasingly unprofitable, manufacturing costs in the United States are becoming more competitive.
Ni Meijuan, center, with trainees Enabel Perez, right, and Maria Elisena de Leon, left, at Keer Group’s cotton mill in Lancaster County, S.C., May 20, 2015. As textile production in China is becoming increasingly unprofitable, manufacturing costs in the United States are becoming more competitive. TRAVIS DOVE NYT
Ni Meijuan, center, with trainees Enabel Perez, right, and Maria Elisena de Leon, left, at Keer Group’s cotton mill in Lancaster County, S.C., May 20, 2015. As textile production in China is becoming increasingly unprofitable, manufacturing costs in the United States are becoming more competitive. TRAVIS DOVE NYT

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