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Should Fashion Be Taxed Like Cigarettes? Of Course, Fashion Companies Don’t See The Red Light But The Owner Of This Magazine Is Flashing It

H&M & Zara come synthetically poorly when they stand in in world’s biggest apparel brands. Are poorly taxed and that has been the subject fierce of debate remaining contentious. Who pays for the fashion propaganda in magazines? Who run the agenda? We need to rebel up to find out more about these fashion trends and dirty tricks that no one knows. Billionaires are getting richer, but at the cost of who, the poor? Even the Birkin is sewed in sweatshops. Where Hermès stands in? When do you look in the press about these fashion moguls I see pity for them. According to our latest report France is the country leading the no tax in sweatshops in Bangladesh, Nepal, India and Pakistan. They don’t want to be taxed for their creations of fashion products on their soil. It’s change, of course it was made in a sweatshop the bag you bought for $1,500 its real cost was $14.99. Tell us another story
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The Swedish Textile Recycler Said It Was Unable To Secure Sufficient Funds: Goes Bankrupt

Swedish textile recycler Renewcell said Sunday it filed for bankruptcy after failing to secure sufficient long-term funding to continue operations. The Swedish shareholder and owner of the company H&M couldn’t even secure funds for its subsidiary as H&M seems to be drowning in debt the recycler company said, unable to secure sufficient long-term funds to continue operations.
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The EU Parliament Fashion Secret: Destroy Unsold Goods It’s The Only Way To Make Them Active On New Repurchase

In this episode we take on EU policy on how they destroy unsold luxury fashion goods in accordance with companies to make the EU economy grow and re-produce them making the economy revolve. The companies put it on minimum looses, after producing them in sweatshops in Nepal, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. And after exploiting the product release which is not sold anymore, companies change to another release then EU tax them to make the circle of EU economy grow. These practices are done and settled in all twenty-seven European countries to make the EU economy surface back again.
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