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22 October 2019

Bangladesh: Factory workers who make Lululemon clothing say they are routinely underpaid, beaten and humiliated

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5 December 2018

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27 November 2018

Bangladesh: Commerce Minister criticises Accord for slow remediation

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30 October 2014

Malta: Police question Leisure Clothing director over allegations of labour exploitation

Author: Jurgen Balzan, Malta Today

Bin Han, one of the directors of Chinese owned company Leisure Clothing was taken by police under arrest for questioning, following a raid at the plant this morning, over allegations of unfair conditions of employment. MaltaToday is informed that the...

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Company response
30 April 2013

Response by Yee Tung: NGOs allege violence & illegal dismissal of unionised workers at E-Garment factory, owned by Yee Tung and supplying major intl. brands.

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Company response
21 August 2012

Response by South Ocean Knitters: Institute for Global Labour & Human Rights calls on major fashion brands to stop beatings & imprisonment of workers in supply chain.

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Company non-response
17 October 2006

Group Talent (formerly Jordon Silk) did not respond to: Report by National Labor Committee (a U.S. NGO) alleges poor working conditions in garment factories including Group Talent/Jordan Silk supplying US brands & retailers.

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