INDIA: Tribunal to probe garment pay and conditions
By Leonie Barrie | 20 November 2012
A panel of international and local judges is holding a trial-like event this week in Bangalore - one of India's main garment production centres - in a bid to draw attention to pay and working conditions in the country's clothing sector.
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