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25 Mär 2015

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Brands told to honour commitments to Rana Plaza victims

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According to Clean Clothes Campaign, so far $21.5 million has been paid into the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund through contributions from buyers, the Bangladesh Prime Ministers Fund and other private donors. It said all contributions are used exclusively to make payments to Rana Plaza victims and their families and that at least $30 million is needed to cover compensation claims and that to date claimants have only received a maximum of 70 per cent of what they are owed.
“Further payments have been delayed as a result of the failure of brands to pay the $8.5 million needed to complete the scheme. 

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