Australian retailer Tamar Knitting Mills, which went into liquidation in April this year, is facing yet more trouble in the form of legal proceedings launched against it by Australia's consumer watchdog, The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).

The company and its director, Eric Thompson, are charged with falsely representing polo shirts that were actually made in China as being made in Tasmania by Tamar.

Allegedly, Tamar removed the 'Made in China' labels from Chinese made polo shirts, and substituted them with labels stating the items were made in Tasmania, by Tamar, before placing them for sale.

Eric Thompson has also been charged with supplying the ACCC with false information.


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