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9 Oct 2013

Author:
Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility

New Casualties in Bangladesh Garment Factory Underscore that "Business as Usual" is Unacceptable, Say Investors

As news broke today of yet another fire in a Bangladesh garment factory, members of an investor coalition coordinated by the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility announced that they are actively engaging the apparel brands and retailers they hold, reiterating the urgent need for them to commit to join the Bangladesh Accord which seeks to protect workers from fire and safety hazards: Adidas; Aeropostale; Ann; ASOS; Coach; Columbia Sportswear; Compagnie Financière Richemont; Dillard’s; Foot Locker; Guess; Hugo Boss; AG; Iconix; L Brands; Li & Fung; Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy; Lululemon Athletica; Men’s Warehouse; Nike; Ralph Lauren; Ross Stores; Urban Outfitters.

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