In the 1960s, during Kennedy’s term of office, the United States began to export second hand clothes to underdeveloped countries. This activity grew in the 1980s and since then it is millions of tons that are sent each year to the third world, representing a very large business trade, made to the detriment of local economies and labour conditions in...
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