Lidl wants all harmful chemicals out of its textile products by 2020

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Lidl wants all harmful chemicals out of its textile products by 2020
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Lidl, the fourth largest retailer worldwide, wants all toxic textile chemicals out of its textile products by 1 January 2020, a decision taken under Greenpeace’s pressure. A release said, Lidl is aware of its responsibility for people and the environment. It is its priority to eliminate their use across Lidl’s

Lidl, the fourth largest retailer worldwide, wants all toxic textile chemicals out of its textile products by 1 January 2020, a decision taken under Greenpeace’s pressure. A release said, Lidl is aware of its responsibility for people and the environment. It is its priority to eliminate their use across Lidl’s supply chain and operations for all footwear and apparel.

http://www.retaildetail.eu/en/eur-europe/eur-fashion/item/17046-no-more-toxic-materials-in-lidl-clothes-by-2020
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Tesco, the only company India to receive investment bid in multi-brand retail

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Tesco, the only company India to receive investment bid in multi-brand retail
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After the UPA-led government of India announced the policy of allowing 51 percent foreign direct investment (FDI) in the multi-brand retailing sector in September last year, Tesco Plc, UK-based was the first global retailer to apply for multi- brand retailing and only proposal for investment received by the government, Parliament was informed today.

After the UPA-led government of India announced the policy of allowing 51 percent foreign direct investment (FDI) in the multi-brand retailing sector in September last year, Tesco Plc, UK-based was the first global retailer to apply for multi- brand retailing and only proposal for investment received by the government, Parliament was informed today.
 
Till now, British retail major, M/s Tesco Overseas Investment Ltd’s proposal has been approved by previous Government to carry out the business of multi brand retail by trading in India.
 

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/services/retail/india-only-received-investment-bid-in-multi-brand-retail-from-tesco-textiles-minister/articleshow/39887937.cms
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