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8 December 2011

Operations resumed at Brandix [India]

Author: Hindu [India]

Brandix India Apparel City (BIAC), the Indian arm of Brandix Lanka, resumed operations at its 1,000-acre apparel park at Atchutapuram...Work in the apparel park located in AP Special Economic Zone was suspended on Saturday, a day after agitating...

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21 July 2010

[PDF] Launch of regional briefing – business & human rights in South Asia

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Today the non-profit Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is launching its first-ever regional briefing: “Business & human rights in South Asia – a round-up of recent developments”...This capsule briefing provides a reality-based snapshot...

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1 February 2010

Global Business Initiative roundtable on business & human rights in Asia (Delhi, Nov 2009)

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1 February 2010

[PDF] Business and Human Rights Roundtable: A focus on South Asia and South East Asia

Author: Global Business Initative

[A] number of themes were raised during the roundtable…When addressing the human rights responsibilities of business – there needs to be a stronger link made to…concerns such as poverty, natural resource use, climate change, conflict and corruption...

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31 January 2010

Ugly low-pay truth of high street fashion

Author: Nicola Smith, Sunday Times [UK]

Factory workers in Sri Lanka are struggling to survive on basic wages… to produce clothes for leading British retailers... Even in the better factories supplying companies such as Marks & Spencer and Next, thousands of women work six days a week...

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8 September 2009

Brandix assists IDPs at Menik Farm complex [Sri Lanka]

Author: Daily MIrror - Financial Times [Sri Lanka]

Top apparel exporter Brandix has commenced the construction of bathing facilities for internally displaced persons at the Menik Farm complex in northern Sri Lanka...“Facilities for water supply and sanitation are two of the most critical needs of the...

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16 June 2009

Peace Apparel [Sri Lanka]

Author: Riyad Riffai, Lanka Business Online

Brandix, a top Sri Lankan apparel maker, is planning to boost production at a factory built in Batticaloa, a former war-torn area in the east of the island where ex-female Tiger combatants are also working...Theodore Gunasekara, general manager...said...

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11 June 2009

Returning Residents [Sri Lanka]

Author: Riyad Riffai, Lanka Business

A United Nations agency is getting private sector support to help re-settle a part of the 660,000 refugees in the country who are starting to return to their former homes, officials said...Brandix Lanka, a top Sri Lankan apparel group, is working with...

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26 March 2009

Eco Award [Sri Lanka]

Author: Lanka Business Online

An energy efficient and low emission factory run by Sri Lanka's Brandix apparel group...had won the national prize in the 'air' category of the 'World Energy Globe Awards for Sustainability' ...The factory has achieved an energy savings of 46 percent,...

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20 January 2009

Brandix crosses oceans to raise funds in battle against cancer [Sri Lanka]

Author: Brandix Group on fibre2fashion.com

Sri Lanka’s Brandix Group has taken caring for the community beyond national boundaries to...sponsor... ‘America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride,’ a fund-raiser for the fight against blood cancers....Sri Lanka’s largest apparel exporter...Brandix...[also]....

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