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23 Sep 2014

Cotton Campaign raises concerns about Daewoo's response on continuing to source cotton from Uzbekistan despite forced labour

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In September 2014, Cotton Campaign sent us a rejoinder to a response we received from Daewoo (part of Posco) on 4 August.  That response by Daewoo was to a campaign by Walk Free regarding Daewoo's decison to continue to source cotton from Uzbekistan, despite the ongoing problem of forced labour.  We again invited Daewoo to respond to the concerns raised.  Daewoo's most recent response is below.