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WASHINGTON D.C. – Three associations representing the apparel and travel goods industries have written to the US Congress with recommendations for future stimulus measures for American businesses post-pandemic.

While President Donald Trump passed the US$2 trillion CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) just over a month ago in an attempt to mitigate the economic impact felt by millions, the associations insist there are many more gaps that need to be addressed to ensure Americans don’t slip through these financial security nets.

“We are providing Congressional leadership with an overview of what is on our industry’s mind and what our members need to retain and re-activate as many Americans as possible in the workforce, so that we can recover quickly,” said Steve Lamar, president and CEO of the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA).

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