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NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor

A U.S. congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton grown in China’s Xinjiang region, warning against complicity in forced labor they say takes place there.
NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor
11 days ago|Washington, United States

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NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor

A U.S. congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton grown in China's Xinjiang region, warning against complicity in forced labor they say takes place there.

11 days ago|United Kingdom
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NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor

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11 days ago|Singapore
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NBA Stars Urged to End China Endorsements, Warned About Forced Labor

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11 days ago|United States
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NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor

WASHINGTON — A U.S. congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton…

11 days ago|Canada
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NBA Urged to End Endorsements Connected to Chinese Slave Labor

The bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China wrote a letter to the National Basketball Association (NBA) Tuesday urging players to drop their endorsements of companies that use materials made in Chinese slave labor camps.

11 days ago|Washington, United States
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NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor

A U.S. congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton grown in China's Xinjiang ...

11 days ago|Japan
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NBA stars urged to end China endorsements, warned over forced labor

A U.S. congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton grown in China's Xinjiang region, warning against complicity in forced labor they say takes place there. In a letter to the National Basketball Players Association, the chairs of the…

11 days ago|Sakado, Japan
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Congressional body urges NBA stars to end endorsement of Chinese sportswear

A US congressional commission on Tuesday called on American basketball stars to end endorsements of Chinese sportswear firms that use cotton grown in China's Xinjiang region, warning against complicity in forced labor they say takes place there.

11 days ago|Zamboanga, Philippines
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Sports News Roundup: Astros pound Red Sox in series opener; NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor and more

Read more about Sports News Roundup: Astros pound Red Sox in series opener; NBA stars urged to end China endorsements over forced labor and more on Devdiscourse

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Congressional Committee Urges NBA Players to Drop Endorsements Tied to Chinese Slave Labor

A U.S. Congressional Committee on China issued a letter Tuesday urging NBA players to end their endorsements of sportswear companies that use materials manufactured in Chinese slave labor camps.

11 days ago|United States
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8 of these news sources are bias rated
3 are CENTER, 3 lean RIGHT
14%
C 43%
R 43%
Japan Today
GMA Filipino News
Reuters
VOA News
The Japan Times
National Post
Newsmax
Breitbart
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