SRI LANKA: Asian living wage campaign planned
By Dilshani Samaraweera | 23 September 2009
Worker organisations in Asia are launching a campaign in October, asking international apparel buyers and big apparel brands to pay a few cents extra for their purchases - to allow decent wages for garment workers.
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