More brands should reveal where their clothes are made, says HRW

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Rolls of workers churn out adidas jackets and pants at the Shengyuan Clothing Factory in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China.

More brands should reveal where their clothes are made, says HRW


More apparel and footwear companies should join 17 leading apparel brands that have aligned with an important new transparency pledge, a coalition of unions and human rights and labor rights advocates said in a joint report issued today. The pledge commits companies to publish information that will enable advocates, workers, and consumers to find out where their products are made.

The 40-page report, “Follow the Thread: The Need for Supply Chain Transparency in the Garment and Footwear Ind...


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