BEIJING — Tough economic times have made it harder for textile and apparel companies in China to boost corporate social responsibility, but the industry remains committed to improving, according to a new report from a government-affiliated industry association.
The report, released at a conference in Shanghai on June 22, details countrywide efforts over the past year to improve compliance with labor and environmental laws across China’s textile and apparel industry. The China National Textile and Apparel Council will discuss the report in a day-long conference in the suburbs of Shanghai, where investors are plotting to develop a research and development hub to create cutting-edge innovative products.
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