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Inditex response: Letter sent by Deputy Chairman & CEO of Inditex to Secretary General of ITGLWF- adressing his questions regarding Spectrum Sweaters [Bangladesh

Author: José María Castellano Rios, Deputy Chairman & CEO, Inditex, Published on: 2 May 2005

[Letter responds to ITGLWF calls for a social audit and transparency with regard to Inditex's list of suppliers. It provides]...a summary of the commitments and action lines presently implemented by INDITEX together with the BSCI platform and with other social agents involved.

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This is a response from the following companies: Inditex