INDIA: Clothing firms accused of slave labour conditions
By Leonie Barrie | 11 June 2012
Textile and garment firms in southern India who supply dozens of major European and US brands and retailers, including Marks & Spencer, Mothercare and supermarket giant Tesco, are accused of selling clothing made by girls working in slave labour conditions.
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