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Where are Adidas products made?

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Adidas products are manufactured in 62 countries globally. About 60 percent of the German company’s products are made in the Asia-Pacific region, with approximately 20 percent manufactured in the Americas and 17 percent in Africa and the Middle East.

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Where are Adidas products made?
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Most Adidas products are outsourced; there are a limited number of company-owned factories, including ones in Germany, Sweden and Finland. Five company-owned sites operate in the United States and there are also three in Canada. Some of the largest portion of the outsourced manufactured product output come from China, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Vietnam and Turkey. According to the Adidas company website, Adidas had more than 1,100 independent factories around the world as of 2012.

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