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Published on Monday, 04 February 2013

Textiles code of conduct for SME’s

Written by John Mowbray

NICE_catwalkCOPENHAGEN – The Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Annette Vilhelmsen, is promoting a new code of conduct for sourcing textiles and clothing developed by the Nordic Initiative, Clean and Ethical (NICE), which aims to help SMEs in the fashion sector to create policies on key issues such as the environment, human rights, child labour, animal testing.


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