The lines between the "Made in Italy" and "Made in China" labels are being blurred due to tens of thousands of Chinese laborers migrating to Italy and filling up its clothing factories, said the New York Times. With the world being so globally connected, it's quite common for retailers to outsource production or use material from other countries to cut costs. When you buy a piece of clothing, do you care about what the label says the origin is?
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