The ABC has obtained video footage showing a factory in China’s Xinjiang region making clothes for one of America’s biggest retailers — but the company in question claims the footage has been “spliced”.
- The video shows pants sold by the US retailer Kohl’s being made in Xinjiang
- Kohl’s questioned the video’s accuracy and said the footage was “spliced”
- The Chinese firm making the clothes has an “education and training centre” factory
A promotional video for the Chinese clothing manufacturer Golden Future showed employees at its factory in Xinjiang making stretch pants for the label Croft & Barrow.
Full story: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-20/xinjiang-us-retail-giant-kohls-denies-factory-made-their-clothes/11318736
My Croft and Barrow sheets have a tag right on them that says made in China! So, how can you deny that?