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U.S. Olympic attire carries a not-so-subtle capitalistic, yet patriotic branding
Ralph Lauren has gotten the message.
The American clothing label, known for its rugged-classic apparel style, found itself embroiled in controversy during the 2012 London Olympics, when much of the company's clothing for the American athletes to wear at the opening and closing ceremonies turned out to have been made in China -- not the most patriotic message to be sending when representing one's country at the world's most prestigious international sporting event.
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