CAMBODIA: H&M hits back at low wage claims
By Leonie Barrie | 29 October 2012
Swedish fashion retailer H&M has hit back at accusations that it fails to pay adequate wages to workers in Cambodian factories making its clothes - and says instead that the situation would be a lot worse if it didn't source from the country.
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