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STOCKHOLM - Swedish fashion brand H&M is ending its relationship with a Chinese yarn producer over concerns about the use of forced labour by Uyghur prisoners in the country's Xinjiang region.

The company had already pulled out of Xinjiang where up to 1.8 million Uyghur Muslims and other Turkic groups are reportedly being held in the largest mass incarceration since World War II.

However, it told Ecotextile News in July that it still had an indirect business relationship with the yarn producer Huafu, although not with its operations in Xinjiang, which was under review.

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