Hugo Boss and Lidl complicit in crimes against humanity, alleges human rights group
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Several high-profile textile brands and retailers, including Hugo Boss and Lidl, have been accused of directly or indirectly abetting and profiting from the forced labour of Uighurs in western China.

The allegations appear in a 96-page criminal claim filed by the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) in Germany earlier this month. Hugo Boss and Lidl deny the charges.


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