BANGLADESH: Retailers urge action on garment wages
By just-style.com | 5 February 2010
Eleven global retailers, including Walmart, Gap Inc and H&M, are urging the Bangladeshi Prime Minister to take "swift action" over low wages for garment workers which they fear could taint their reputations as socially responsible companies.
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