The Straits Time report on theft in clothing retail outlets.

By Crystal Tein,    2008-02-18 09:07:44    

Provide more solid evidence of retail employees as thieves in fashion retail outlets.
In 2007, The Straits Times ran an article citing employees as siphoning clothing from retail outlets. Given The Straits Times reputation, it would be more credible if the newspaper cites as to the sources the statistics were based on, the names of the fashion retail chain and the names of the employees who were thieves.

A follow-up on the news article would be more credible. Otherwise, it would remain what it appears; just a sweeping statement.
Crystal Tein, The Cheers News

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