US: Retailers accused of hiding problems at suppliers
By Leonie Barrie | 20 December 2012
In the wake of recent factory fires in Bangladesh and Pakistan that have killed hundreds of workers, a US-based labour rights group has accused apparel buyers of hiding problems identified in audits.
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