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17 Sep 2003

Autor*in:
Haidee V. Eugenio, Marianas Variety

Saipan garment industry under close scrutiny [Northern Mariana Islands, USA]

The working and living conditions as well as the wages received by garment workers will be inspected and reviewed as part of the $20 million settlement agreement which brought to a close the class action suits filed against garment factories in the U.S. District Court, Variety learned. The inspection covers all garment factories and their subcontractors.

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