Fast fashion’s new superpower: Shein
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The cost of flying cargo around the world has reached record levels, and workers are demanding that gig economy companies explain their algorithms. Plus, the FT’s retail correspondent, Jonathan Eley, explains how the Chinese company Shein became one of the world’s biggest fast fashion companies and recently surpassed Zara to become the top fast fashion brand in the U.S.
Air freight costs soar to record high
Workers demand gig economy companies explain their algorithms - with Madhumita Murgia
Shein: the Chinese company storming the world of fast fashion - with Jonathan Eley
Widening CEO-employee pay gap challenges ‘stakeholder capitalism’
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