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World News Story: NC Company Cuts Ties With Chinese Supplier Over Labor Issues

A company in North Carolina that sells sports gear to youth and adult athletes is severing ties with a Chinese manufacturer over charges it uses Muslim detainees as labor. Less than a month after it was reported that Badger Sportswear's supplier in China, Hetian Taida Apparel Co., was making its garments at an internment camp…


Posted: 2019-01-11 15:20:06

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