COMMENT: Sustainability raises the bar on apparel sourcing
By just-style.com | 4 August 2009
From credit problems at CIT, to falling pay and rising opposition to the political situation in Honduras, textile and apparel suppliers last month faced up to a number of significant sourcing issues. But perhaps most momentous of all was the unlikely positioning of Walmart and the Chinese government as environmentalists' great hopes, writes Mike Flanagan.
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