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H&M’s Sustainability Report focuses on sourcing destinations with eye on 100% circular fashion

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Committed to providing sustainably sourced materials and 100 per cent circular fashion, Swedish clothing retailer H&M is making every effort to understand and take up the issues of its partner countries, from where it sources its garments. That is to say, the issues concerning the textile and garment workers of China, Bangladesh, India, Cambodia and Turkey (which are some of the world’s biggest garment producing nations, and happens to be H&M’s key sourcing markets) are being constantly thought over and discussed by the company’s sustainability division, and has also been amply highlighted in its Conscious Actions Sustainability Report 2015, published on Thursday. H&M, which does not own…

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