UPDATE: GERMANY: Adidas stands firm against Greenpeace claims
By Katie Smith | 1 November 2013
Sportswear giant Adidas has defended itself against claims by Greenpeace International that it has failed to follow through on commitments to reduce releases of toxic chemicals from its facilities.
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