PARIS – 150 French textile and apparel businesses have called for an end to voluntary industry commitments on sustainability which they claim place them at a “competitive disadvantage. Instead, the brands said want new laws which would oblige brands to “pay for the costs associated with clothing production,” and an end to the current regulatory environment in which it pays to pollute.
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