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Published on Wednesday, 23 October 2013

China embraces H&M take-back initiative

Written by Brett Mathews

hmSHANGHAI - H&M has been “astonished” by the success of its garment take-back programme in China and with the help of its partners plans to use more local sorting facilities to cope with the huge volumes anticipated. Currently with around 150 stores in China, H&M – which introduced its take-back programme there in August this year – has been shipping garments to India by boat for sorting.


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