CHINA: C&A and Li-Ning to cut hazardous chemical use
By Petah Marian | 21 November 2011
Retailer C&A and Chinese sportswear brand Li-Ning have joined Adidas, H&M, Nike and Puma in pledging to eliminate the use of hazardous chemicals throughout their supply chains.
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