US: Walmart, H&M to cut pollution at Chinese textile suppliers
By just-style.com | 23 September 2010
Two of the world's largest clothing retailers - Walmart and H&M - have pledged to work with their Chinese textile suppliers to reduce water, energy, and chemical use in their supply chains.
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