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Carrefour statement in response to an article by Clean Clothes Campaign on involvement with Spectrum Sweater factory [Dhaka, Bangladesh

Author: Roland Vaxelaire, Director Quality & Sustainable Development for Carrefour, Published on: 9 May 2005

Carrefour since 2000, is committed to a process of continual improvement aiming to improve the respect for the fundamental worker’s rights and to make them apply via its supplier charter and its system of audits, by suppliers...following this tragic event [at Spectrum Sweater]...Carrefour intends to ask its suppliers in Bangladesh to provide it with documentary evidence of one construction permit for the buildings in which they operate.

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This is a response from the following companies: Carrefour