US: Trade groups urge end to child labour in Uzbek cotton
By just-style.com | 15 August 2008
A coalition of four trade associations representing the US apparel and retail industries was due to meet with the Ambassador of Uzbekistan today (15 August) to call for the end of forced child labour in the country's cotton fields.
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