H&M has found itself the subject of another boycott, after its attempts to win back China upset Vietnam.
H&M, along with Nike, Adidas and Burberry, were criticised by the Chinese government last week when statements condemning the use of forced labour in the cotton industry in the Xinjiang region resurfaced.
The Western retailers were blasted on social media and faced a consumer boycott, while some their products were also removed from major Chinese etailers Alibaba and JD.com.
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