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SHEFFIELD - Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have admitted a significant error in a recent report which claimed that 39 global brands and retailers were at "high risk" of selling goods linked to forced labour in Europe.

The university's Helena Kennedy Centre, which carried out the study, has now revised the list of brands potentially linked to forced labour involving Uyghur Muslims in the Xinjiang region of China down to 30 and issued an apology on its website.

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