The Flanarant: Olympics signals new scrutiny in apparel sourcing
By Mike Flanagan | 10 August 2012
The outpouring of rage that followed the revelation that Olympic opening ceremony uniforms for US athletes were made in China highlights a 'New Accountability' in apparel sourcing, Mike Flanagan believes. In the future, buyers and sellers will have to accept the increasing influence of outsiders on how they do business.
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