WORLD: Apparel firms join Uzbek cotton ban
By Leonie Barrie | 12 September 2011
More than 60 of the world's best known apparel companies and brands, including Adidas, Burberry, C&A, Levi Strauss, Li & Fung, Liz Claiborne, PVH Corp and Wal-Mart Stores, have vowed not to source Uzbek cotton harvested using forced child labour.
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