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Uniqlo under fire over factory conditions, pay

Wednesday, January 14, 2015 - 05:50

The claims about suppliers made by a Hong Kong-based human rights group come as the apparel chain pursues aggressive expansion plans.

Hong Kong

JAPANESE clothing giant Uniqlo came under fire on Tuesday for buying supplies from Chinese factories accused of putting workers at risk in unsafe conditions, with sewage on the factory floor, extremely high temperatures and poor ventilation.

The claims made by a Hong Kong

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