BANGLADESH: H&M looks to increase Bangladeshi sourcing - reports
By Petah Marian | 28 May 2012
Hennes & Mauritz H&M has reportedly revealed that it wants to source more products from Bangladesh, but unrest and violet strikes are making expansion in the country difficult.
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