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31 May 2023

Isatou Ndure, Just Style

Bangladesh: 200 brands & retailers commit to International Accord on health & safety in the garment & textile industry

"200 brands and retailers commit to International Accord", 31 May 2023

Since its implementation on 1 September 2021, a total of 200 brands and retailers have committed to the International Accord for Health and Safety in the Textile and Garment Industry.

The list of signatories encompasses an extensive range of brands, covering approximately 1.8m workers across 1,700 factories in Bangladesh...

With the milestone of 200 signatories reached, the International Accord encourages more garment and textile brands to sign the International Accord and the Pakistan Accord to work collectively for a safer garment and textile industry.

Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing, and...Mango, were the latest brands to sign the Pakistan Accord.