UK: Retailers sign up to guidance on children's wear
By just-style.com | 6 June 2011
Retailers are being urged to sign up to new 'good practice' guidelines for stores selling children's clothing, joining firms including George, Next, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury's and Tesco who helped develop the code.
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