BANGLADESH: H&M calls for higher wages for garment workers
By Siddique Islam | 5 September 2012
Swedish fashion giant H&M has called on the Bangladesh government to raise minimum wages at the country's garment factories and to carry out annual wage reviews in a bid to tackle the violent strikes and disruption that have plagued the sector in recent years.
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