The most read stories on just-style this week include the collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh, the extension of C&A's RFID project to 25 stores, and campaigners urging Foot Locker to cut ties with Adidas over its failure to pay former workers redundancy pay. 

BANGLADESH: Garment factory building collapses
An eight-storey commercial building that housed five garment factories collapsed near the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka today (24 April), killing more than 86 people - most of them apparel workers - and leaving several hundred others injured.

GERMANY: C&A extends RFID project to 25 stores
Clothing retailer C&A is to extend Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to another 20 stores in Germany following a successful trial in five stores.

UK: Activists urge Foot Locker to cut ties with Adidas
Campaigners are set to stage protests outside Foot Locker stores across the UK, Europe and the US today (22 April), calling on the retailer to cut ties with Adidas over the sportswear group's failure to pay former workers in GBP1.1m (US$1.6m) in redundancy pay.

Peru to double textile and apparel exports by 2017
Peru plans to double its textile and apparel exports by 2017 and invest over $60m to promote its key designer brands in international markets.

HONG KONG: Shippers seek other routes amid port strike
As a strike by dockers at the Port of Hong Kong enters its fourth week, shippers are working on contingency measures to ensure distribution doesn't grind to a halt.