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Bangladesh: 1,100 workers hold demonstrations to demand 8 months' unpaid wages from A-One garment factory

In September 2020, garment workers from A-One garment factory in the Dhaka Export Processing Zone in Bangladesh staged protests over eight months of unpaid wages. The factory employed over 1,100 workers when it closed in April. The workers are calling for the reopening of the factory, and the payment of all arrears.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Arcadia Group (listed publicly as a buyer from A-One) to respond. Arcadia Group responded and said it has not worked with this factory since early 2019.

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