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終値(lastsale) 25.1325
時価総額(marketcap) 25132500
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   France probes fashion groups Uniqlo, Zara, Skechers, SMCP 3 over Uyghur labor  2021/07/03 23:48:49 EconoTimes
French magistrates have opened an inquiry into allegations that fashion groups Inditex, Uniqlo, SMCP, and Skechers profited from the forced labor of the Uyghur minority in China. The case stemmed from a complaint lodged
   France Probes Fashion Retailers For Concealing "Crimes Against Humanity" In China  2021/07/03 11:35:00 Zero Hedge
France Probes Fashion Retailers For Concealing "Crimes Against Humanity" In China The government of France has opened an investigation into several fashion giants suspected of profiting off of Muslim Uyghur labor in China''s Xinjiang region, including specific efforts of concealing "crimes against humanity." French prosecutors are probing four companies, identified by French media website Mediapart as Uniqlo France , a unit of Japan''s Fast Retailing , Zara owner Inditex , France''s SMCP and Skechers . The investigation will examine allegations the fashion retailers profited off of forced labor, which has been for years documented as part of Chinese communist authorities'' network of ''re-education camps''. "An investigation has been opened by the crimes against humanity unit within the antiterrorism prosecutor''s office following the filing of a complaint," a source privy to the probe was cited in AFP as saying. Among the French NGO''s who initiated the lawsuit take up by the prosecutor''s office further said, "Multinationals must not profit, with impunity, from the forced labour of Uyghurs." While Beijing officials have in the past admitted to running ''rehabilitation'' camps to "combat extremism" and what they alternately call job training sites, the US has long condemned the Uyghurs prisons, which are also widely believed to be massive forced labor camps.
   Uniqlo parent company says will ''cooperate fully'' with French probe into Uyghur abuse  2021/07/03 05:55:07 Sify.com
Tokyo [Japan], July 3 (ANI): Uniqlo''s parent company, Tokyo-based Fast Retailing, said it will "cooperate fully" with the French authorities over their probe into the allegation that its unit and three other fashion retailers concealed crimes against humanity in Xinjiang. This statement comes after French media reported Uniqlo France, Zara operator Spanish Inditex, Skechers USA Inc. and France''s SMCP face allegations that their production process involves the forced labour of the Muslim Uyghur minority in Xinjiang. The Uniqlo casual clothing chain operator said it will cooperate with the probe, if and when notified, to "reaffirm there is no forced labour in our supply chains." The company said while it is aware of the media reports, it has not yet been contacted by the French authorities, Kyodo News reported. The investigation was opened after a complaint was filed in April by several organisations including a human rights group that the four companies allegedly benefited from forced labour of the Muslim community in the Xinjiang region.
   Fashion brands face inquiry over suspected links to Uighur slave labour  2021/07/03 01:36:33 TheAge
France has launched an inquiry into the supply chain used by Uniqlo, Inditex, the owner of Zara, Skechers and SMCP, to see it can be traced back to Xinjiang.
   SMCP, Inditex Deny Sourcing From Uyghur Region Amid Reports of French Probe  2021/07/02 19:25:12 WWD
Inditex, and SMCP have denied sourcing products made by forced labor in the Uyghur region in China.
   France probes fashion groups Uniqlo, Zara, Skechers, SMCP 3 over Uyghur labor  2021/07/03 23:48:49 EconoTimes
French magistrates have opened an inquiry into allegations that fashion groups Inditex, Uniqlo, SMCP, and Skechers profited from the forced labor of the Uyghur minority in China. The case stemmed from a complaint lodged
   France Probes Fashion Retailers For Concealing "Crimes Against Humanity" In China  2021/07/03 11:35:00 Zero Hedge
France Probes Fashion Retailers For Concealing "Crimes Against Humanity" In China The government of France has opened an investigation into several fashion giants suspected of profiting off of Muslim Uyghur labor in China''s Xinjiang region, including specific efforts of concealing "crimes against humanity." French prosecutors are probing four companies, identified by French media website Mediapart as Uniqlo France , a unit of Japan''s Fast Retailing , Zara owner Inditex , France''s SMCP and Skechers . The investigation will examine allegations the fashion retailers profited off of forced labor, which has been for years documented as part of Chinese communist authorities'' network of ''re-education camps''. "An investigation has been opened by the crimes against humanity unit within the antiterrorism prosecutor''s office following the filing of a complaint," a source privy to the probe was cited in AFP as saying. Among the French NGO''s who initiated the lawsuit take up by the prosecutor''s office further said, "Multinationals must not profit, with impunity, from the forced labour of Uyghurs." While Beijing officials have in the past admitted to running ''rehabilitation'' camps to "combat extremism" and what they alternately call job training sites, the US has long condemned the Uyghurs prisons, which are also widely believed to be massive forced labor camps.
   Uniqlo parent company says will ''cooperate fully'' with French probe into Uyghur abuse  2021/07/03 05:55:07 Sify.com
Tokyo [Japan], July 3 (ANI): Uniqlo''s parent company, Tokyo-based Fast Retailing, said it will "cooperate fully" with the French authorities over their probe into the allegation that its unit and three other fashion retailers concealed crimes against humanity in Xinjiang. This statement comes after French media reported Uniqlo France, Zara operator Spanish Inditex, Skechers USA Inc. and France''s SMCP face allegations that their production process involves the forced labour of the Muslim Uyghur minority in Xinjiang. The Uniqlo casual clothing chain operator said it will cooperate with the probe, if and when notified, to "reaffirm there is no forced labour in our supply chains." The company said while it is aware of the media reports, it has not yet been contacted by the French authorities, Kyodo News reported. The investigation was opened after a complaint was filed in April by several organisations including a human rights group that the four companies allegedly benefited from forced labour of the Muslim community in the Xinjiang region.
   Fashion brands face inquiry over suspected links to Uighur slave labour  2021/07/03 01:36:33 TheAge
France has launched an inquiry into the supply chain used by Uniqlo, Inditex, the owner of Zara, Skechers and SMCP, to see it can be traced back to Xinjiang.
   SMCP, Inditex Deny Sourcing From Uyghur Region Amid Reports of French Probe  2021/07/02 19:25:12 WWD
Inditex, and SMCP have denied sourcing products made by forced labor in the Uyghur region in China.
   France probes fashion groups Uniqlo, Zara, Skechers, SMCP 3 over Uyghur labor  2021/07/03 23:48:49 EconoTimes
French magistrates have opened an inquiry into allegations that fashion groups Inditex, Uniqlo, SMCP, and Skechers profited from the forced labor of the Uyghur minority in China. The case stemmed from a complaint lodged
   France Probes Fashion Retailers For Concealing "Crimes Against Humanity" In China  2021/07/03 11:35:00 Zero Hedge
France Probes Fashion Retailers For Concealing "Crimes Against Humanity" In China The government of France has opened an investigation into several fashion giants suspected of profiting off of Muslim Uyghur labor in China''s Xinjiang region, including specific efforts of concealing "crimes against humanity." French prosecutors are probing four companies, identified by French media website Mediapart as Uniqlo France , a unit of Japan''s Fast Retailing , Zara owner Inditex , France''s SMCP and Skechers . The investigation will examine allegations the fashion retailers profited off of forced labor, which has been for years documented as part of Chinese communist authorities'' network of ''re-education camps''. "An investigation has been opened by the crimes against humanity unit within the antiterrorism prosecutor''s office following the filing of a complaint," a source privy to the probe was cited in AFP as saying. Among the French NGO''s who initiated the lawsuit take up by the prosecutor''s office further said, "Multinationals must not profit, with impunity, from the forced labour of Uyghurs." While Beijing officials have in the past admitted to running ''rehabilitation'' camps to "combat extremism" and what they alternately call job training sites, the US has long condemned the Uyghurs prisons, which are also widely believed to be massive forced labor camps.
   Uniqlo parent company says will ''cooperate fully'' with French probe into Uyghur abuse  2021/07/03 05:55:07 Sify.com
Tokyo [Japan], July 3 (ANI): Uniqlo''s parent company, Tokyo-based Fast Retailing, said it will "cooperate fully" with the French authorities over their probe into the allegation that its unit and three other fashion retailers concealed crimes against humanity in Xinjiang. This statement comes after French media reported Uniqlo France, Zara operator Spanish Inditex, Skechers USA Inc. and France''s SMCP face allegations that their production process involves the forced labour of the Muslim Uyghur minority in Xinjiang. The Uniqlo casual clothing chain operator said it will cooperate with the probe, if and when notified, to "reaffirm there is no forced labour in our supply chains." The company said while it is aware of the media reports, it has not yet been contacted by the French authorities, Kyodo News reported. The investigation was opened after a complaint was filed in April by several organisations including a human rights group that the four companies allegedly benefited from forced labour of the Muslim community in the Xinjiang region.
   Fashion brands face inquiry over suspected links to Uighur slave labour  2021/07/03 01:36:33 TheAge
France has launched an inquiry into the supply chain used by Uniqlo, Inditex, the owner of Zara, Skechers and SMCP, to see it can be traced back to Xinjiang.
   SMCP, Inditex Deny Sourcing From Uyghur Region Amid Reports of French Probe  2021/07/02 19:25:12 WWD
Inditex, and SMCP have denied sourcing products made by forced labor in the Uyghur region in China.

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