SWEDEN: H&M Denies Bribing Journalists
Swedish fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz AB has thrown off claims that it bribed a group of journalists by paying them to give publicity to its autumn/winter ranges.
H&M paid for 15 Swedish journalists to attend the New York launch of the clothing lines, but denies that it was a case of bribery and said it was not in its interest to pressure journalists into covering the company.
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