A British newspaper claims it found children as young as ten years old making GAP clothing in a sweatshop in India.
The GAP Company says it takes any violation of its policies against child labor extremely seriously.
A GAP spokesman has said the company is willing to end relationships with vendors if they don't meet company standards.
The newspaper, The Observer quoted the children involved as saying they had been sold to the sweatshop by their families in India.
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