Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.

EU: Large-scale clothing origin scam unearthed
Investigators have recouped EUR30m from a Chinese clothes rules of origin export scam, says a report from European Union (EU) anti-fraud agency OLAF.

BANGLADESH: M&S to roll out ethical factories initiative
Retailer Marks & Spencer is to extend an ethical factories initiative which has been hailed as a success in boosting workers’ rights in Bangladesh.

UK: ActionAid “secret messages” target Asda
Charity ActionAid is inserting “secret messages” into thousands of garments sold by supermarket Asda as part of a campaign to raise the wages of factory workers in developing countries.

US: Manufacturers, importers welcome new tariff act
Manufacturers and apparel importers have both praised a new act which selectively reduces import tariffs to help cut input costs for US companies.

US: Ralph Lauren to take control of Korea unit
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation has reached a US$47m agreement to assume direct control of its wholesale and retail distribution in South Korea from its licensee there.