H&M No longer exists in China’s Internet space

The Swedish multinational clothing retail H&M has been wiped out of china internet after the company made labor force comments as reported by Business Insider.

According to The Associate Press, H&M goods no longer feature in Alibaba and JD.com. Key Chinese search Engines like Baidu was reported to have removed the locations of 500 stores of H&M online.

According to Business Insider, H&M is experiencing these troubles following a statement that company gave last year that it will “stop sourcing cotton from the Xinjiang autonomous region and sever its ties with a Chinese yarn company that had been accused of forcing labor upon the Uyghur Muslim community.”

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Original story by Business insider

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