BANGLADESH: Gap reiterates sourcing commitments
By Siddique Islam | 1 November 2012
US clothing retailer Gap Inc has reiterated its commitment to buying garments from Bangladesh and working with stakeholders including vendors to improve building and fire safety standards across the country's garment manufacturing factories.
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