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Carpet maker Shaw withdraws name of wool from collection
15
Sep '09
In an issue of heavy misuse of the expression “wool”, in which Shaw Inc. (USA) has named and promoted their carpet collection made 100% by synthetic nylon with the name “WOOL”, IWTO could successfully intervene.

As a result of action taken by IWTO, Shaw has now announced in a press release the immediate withdrawal of the expression “wool” for their collection.

International Wool Textile Organisation(IWTO)

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