U.S. apparel companies pressure Bangladesh on working conditions

09/3/2010 | Women's Wear Daily (subscription required)

U.S. apparel retailers and manufacturers are turning greater attention to working conditions in Bangladesh's garment factories, amid reports of government repression and arrests of union activists. Meanwhile, U.S. House members sent a letter to six top retailers including Wal-Mart, J.C. Penney and H&M, urging them go public with requests for the Bangladesh government to free two jailed labor leaders and halt trade with two manufacturing conglomerates until the detainees are released.

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