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While there is certainly a domestic manufacturing renaissance taking place nationwide, a conference in LA recently confirmed some concerns about its widespread adoption. The challenge lies in price, which of course, drives young shoppers to favor fast fashion from Nasty Gal over paying a premium for US-made products. [Racked National]