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Byline: Evan Clark
NEW YORK -- Many of the textile companies showing off their goods to buyers at Innovation Asia last week were also looking over their shoulders at the region's giant -- China.
Sunny Kim, overseas business manager for Dongducheon, South Korea-based Namkwang Textile Co., which specializes in knit fabrics with rayon, said the show was strong with lots of buyers from large vendors.
She said it is a "hard time" for South Korea now, though.
"China is too big," she said. "Korean exporters and manufacturers should make a higher-quality [product to continue to grow]."
Kim said China, while a threat, doesn't …