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18 October 2006

Response by Atateks: Report by National Labor Committee (a U.S. NGO) alleges poor working conditions in garment factories including Atateks supplying US brands & retailers.

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17 October 2006

[DOC] Target response regarding Jordan factories

Author: Target

Target takes very seriously the protection of human rights and the fair treatment of factory workers. While we work with vendors and not directly with the factories, Target expects all vendors and their factories to adhere to the local laws and Target...

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16 October 2006

Group Accuses Jordan of Failing to Enforce Labor Rights

Author: Evelyn Iritani, Los Angeles Times

For more than a year, the Bangladeshi garment workers toiled as long as 16 hours a day at a factory in Jordan's free trade zone, sewing women's apparel for companies including J.C. Penney Co. and Target Corp... Last spring, 175 workers walked out of...

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13 October 2006

[DOC] Response of Nautica/VF Corporation to report raising concerns about working conditions at supplier factory in Jordan

Author: Nautica/VF Corporation

On behalf of Nautica and VF Corporation I would like to respond...regarding the NLC report on Atateks Foreign Trade facility in Jordan...Back in September 2005 Nautica approached Atateks as a potential supplier. When we contacted the factory to...

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27 September 2006

[PDF] The State of Jordan’s Garment Factories

Author: National Labor Committee [USA]

Overall, progress continues, but serious cases of human trafficking and wage and hour violations persist...Of the factories highlighted in the first NLC report, [improvements have been made at:]...Maintrend...The Centear Clothing factory...Paramount...

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