West’s Fashion Industry Relies on Sweat of Asia’s Teenagers
Across Asia, millions of children toil for long hours, earning barely enough to live on, while sewing garments for fashion brands in the West. "Brands chase jurisdictions where there is extreme poverty, the rule of law is weak and it is easy for them to skirt labor laws," says David Welsh of the Solidarity Center.
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