High-street fashion brands targeted by Greenpeace
The Jakarta Post
A study conducted by the environmental campaign organization Greenpeace International has found that the products of many high-street fashion brands produced in Indonesia are tainted with hazardous chemicals that could cause severe health problems.
Greenpeace said that apparel produced by Armani, Esprit, Gap, Mango and UK clothing retailer Marks & Spencer in some Indonesian factories we...
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