BEIJING — China’s textile and apparel manufacturers are battling tough market conditions, but they are still committed to corporate social responsibility, according to a new report from the China National Textile & Apparel Council.
“The financial crisis has had an impact,” said Sun Ruizhe, vice president of the council, a government-led industry association, speaking on the sidelines of a conference here on Monday. “Obviously, exports are down, but companies are not abandoning corporate social responsibilities.”
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