US: Apparel and footwear brands back new RSL toolkit
By Leonie Barrie | 7 November 2011
Leading apparel and footwear brands including Nike, Adidas, C&A, Gap, H&M, and VF Corporation have contributed to the second edition of the Supplier Implementation Toolkit, aimed at reducing the use and impact of harmful substances in the supply chain.
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