Nike, H&M face China fury over Xinjiang cotton ‘concerns’

The timing of this sudden “grassroots” reaction, led by celebrities who’ve been happy to take H&M money in exchange for endorsement, is down to a wave of coordinated sanctions imposed by the UK, US and EU in the last few days – endorsed by Sweden among others.

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