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Response by H&M

H&M Group does not accept forced labor being used anywhere in our value chain...A part of the cotton produced in China comes from the Xinjiang region. We have for a long time worked with Better Cotton Initiative, BCI to secure a sustainable production of cotton globally...We are investigating all production facilities to get the full picture, based on the information that is shared with us.

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