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LONDON - Leading brands and retailers, including Amazon, Nike, Uniqlo, Walmart and Zara, have been accused of "dragging their feet" over concerns about the use of forced labour in China's cotton industry.

The Coalition to End Forced Labour in the Uyghur Region named the companies as it renewed its 'call to action' for businesses to end all links with the Xinjiang region of China which supplies more than a fifth of the world's cotton.

In an open letter, the coalition said: "While some brands, including ASOS, Marks and Spencer, and Eileen Fisher, have demonstrated leadership and integrity by publicly committing to the requirements of the call to action, many fashion companies are dragging their feet.

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