Chinese boycott against Nike and Adidas over Xinjiang cotton appears to be losing steam

A Chinese consumer boycott against international brands such as Nike and Adidas appeared to be losing steam over the weekend.Nationalists had called for a boycott after statements expressing concern about allegations of forced labour in Xinjiang resurfaced and a number of celebrities, including the Hong Kong singer Eason Chan, publicly cut their ties with the sportswear giants.But sports teams remained largely silent over their deals with the companies and their products remained on sale online…

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