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Child refugees in Turkey making clothes for UK shops
Author: BBC, Published on: 23 October 2016
Many clothes are now made in Turkey because it is close to Europe and used to dealing with last-minute orders. This allows retailers to get new designs into shops more quickly than if they are made elsewhere.
But Turkey is a challenging place to do business. Concerns are rising about the exploitation of workers after the arrival of almost three million Syrian refugees.
[Article includes comments from brands]