Nike Opens its Factories Up for Inspection

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Nike has agreed to let a workers’ rights union inspect its supplier factories.

In partnership with Georgetown University, Nike announced last week a new licensing agreement designed to show a shared commitment to improving working conditions in the collegiate apparel industry.

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