Forced labor in China: brands to stop sourcing in Xinjiang

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A coalition of more than 180 civil society organizations last Thursday urged the global apparel industry to stop sourcing in the Xinjiang region of China because of the “serious risk of forced labor.” Human rights activists estimate that at least one million Uighurs and other Muslims are held in prison ...

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