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Why Fashion’s Latest Challenge Is An Opportunity For Dramatic Change

EVP, Industry Principal at Logility and NGC Software, digitally transforming the retail supply chain.

Everyone has a favorite cotton T-shirt. Now take a look at the country of origin label sewn inside the collar. If it says, “Made in China,” there’s a high likelihood that the cotton used in your T-shirt was harvested by forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region — a sobering realization during the pandemic.

According to the USDA, the Xinjiang region produces 85% of Chinese cotton, which is used in goods exported to the U.S. and other countries. Much of that cotton is produced using

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