Sportswear: No sweat - The Economist

Sportswear: No sweat

Sportswear: No sweat - The Economist
Sportswear: No sweat
Published Aug 21, 2004
459 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Campaigners against clothing sweatshops go to the Olympics ADIDAS may be upset that the star Australian Olympic swimmer whom it sponsors, Ian "the Thorpedo" Thorpe, has cast doubt on the firm's claims that its new swimsuits "help you...

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