CHINA: Adidas reiterates commitment to sourcing in China
By Katie Smith | 20 December 2012
Sportswear giant Adidas says it remains committed to sourcing in China and will continue to work with more than 300 suppliers there despite shutting its only company-owned Chinese apparel factory earlier this year.
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