UZBEKISTAN: Cotton ban gains momentum with apparel firms
By Leonie Barrie | 9 November 2012
More than 120 international apparel brands and retailers have now pledged to ban the use of cotton from Uzbekistan as part of efforts to stop the country using forced and child labor to harvest its cotton crop.
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