Nov 5, 2020
Boohoo, H&M and Nike deny Uighur forced labour allegations
There have been a number of reports alleging that thousands of Muslims from China's Uighur minority group are working under coercive conditions at factories that supply some of the world's biggest brands. "We wrote to all our suppliers across the supply chain to confirm that we have no manufacturing or fabric links to that particular region." Mr Reaney said that the online retailer does "Not knowingly source any yarn or fabric" from the region, as MPs questioned auditing processes at the business following the row over working conditions in its UK supply chain. According to the report, the factories claimed to be part of the supply chain for 83 well-known global brands, including Nike, Apple and Dell. David Savman, head of supply chain at H&M, said the Swedish-based retail group worked with accreditation groups for its supply chain which no longer use cotton from the region following the allegations.
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