BANGLADESH: Safety Accord releases data on 1,600 factories
By Leonie Barrie | 3 October 2013
Details of nearly 1,600 Bangladesh factories used by more than 90 leading fashion retailers and brands have been released today (3 October) as part of a commitment to improve safety and transparency in the country's garment industry.
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