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Published on Monday, 01 February 2016

Brands surveyed on Syrian refugees in Turkish factories

Written by Brett Mathews

Turkey – © reflextions Deposit Photos

LONDON – As reports continue to surface about the abuse and exploitation of Syrian refugees working in Turkish garment factories, a leading human rights NGO has revealed the findings of research among leading apparel brands which source from Turkey – including C&A, Puma, Primark, Indiex and Next plc.


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