Risk of Turkmenistan tainted cotton in Turkish textiles | Apparel Industry Analysis | just-style

May 26, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Clothing brands that source from Turkey are being urged to pay closer attention to where the cotton used within their products has come from after research has suggested mills are heavily reliant on cotton from Turkmenistan, which is often produced using forced labour. related to Fibres & fabrics, Manufacturing, Social & environmental responsibility, Sourcing,


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