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Response by Esprit

Author: Esprit, Published on: 6 August 2019

...we take the allegations of forced labor in factories in Xinjiang, China, very seriously and have carried out several investigations. We have concluded that a very small amount of cotton from the Huafu factory in Aksu, Xinjiang was used in a limited number of Esprit garments. Consequently, we have instructed all suppliers to not source yarn from that factory. Esprit does not tolerate the use of forced labor in its supply chain.... 

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