BEIJING — With growing global attention on workers' rights and environmental issues, China's textile and apparel manufacturers need to step up their efforts in corporate social responsibility to remain competitive, industry leaders said Tuesday at a forum here devoted to the issue.
Chinese industry executives and government officials lauded firms' first steps in self-policing, and said companies looking for long-term success should be devoted to better working conditions and environmental stewardship.
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