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Response by Factory X (Dangerfield)

Author: Factory X, Published on: 6 August 2019

...Factory X does not accept child or forced labour, and our goal is that no products delivered to Factory X are produced by child or forced labour. Please also see a quote from the Dangerfield statement from ABC News online article: “Australian fashion brand Dangerfield says it sources up to 7 per cent of its cotton from Xinjiang, but that it inspects factories and that its suppliers have signed agreements not to purchase cotton that is produced from forced labour camps.”...

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This is a response from the following companies: Dangerfield (part of Factory X)