28 Mar 2021

Why H&M was deleted from the Chinese digital landscape

From Sunday Morning, 7:45 am on 28 March 2021

An extraordinary move against the Swedish clothing company H&M took place in China this week because of its refusal to use cotton from Xinjiang due to suspicions of forced labour. H&M's 500+ outlets in China were subsequently deleted from the local digital landscape. Joining us is our China correspondent Nathan van der Klippe from Canada's Globe & Mail.

An H & M store

An H & M store Photo: 123RF