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Nike, Zara, H&M amongst Western brands accused by China of selling substandard products amid Xinjiang row

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China’s General Administration of Customs listed 81 batches of imported children’s clothing products for quality and safety risks spotted during examinations from June 2020 to May 2021, involving garments, toys, toothbrushes, shoes and baby bottles. Photo: AFP

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Nike, Zara, H&M amongst Western brands accused by China of selling substandard products amid Xinjiang rowChina’s General Administration of Customs listed 81 batches of imported children’s clothing products for quality and safety risks spotted during examinations from June 2020 to May 2021, involving garments, toys, toothbrushes, shoes and baby bottles. Photo: AFP

China’s General Administration of Customs listed 81 batches of imported children’s clothing products for quality and safety risks spotted during examinations from June 2020 to May 2021, involving garments, toys, toothbrushes, shoes and baby bottles. Photo: AFP

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