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Shein to Market Supply Chain Infrastructure to Global Brands, WSJ Reports

Shein and Forever 21-owner SPARC Group have formed a partnership.
Shein will make its supply-chain infrastructure and technology available to global brands. (Shutterstock)

China-founded fast fashion company Shein will make its supply-chain infrastructure and technology available to global brands, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing a letter to investors from executive chairman Donald Tang.

By Utkarsh Shetti; Editor: Sherry Jacob-Phillips

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