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[PDF] Shadowy Belgian Multinational to Come under OECD Scrutiny

[Scroll down to page 44] The Belgian OECD National Contact Point (NCP) has confirmed that it will look into the case of GP Garments, a Belgian-owned company operating in Sri Lanka whose behaviour is in blatant violation of international labour standards...the ITGLWF said in its submission that because of the web of secrecy surrounding the company, it was unable to provide even so much as the name of the parent company. [also refers to Dress-Confect, Fortex, Derere Industries (part of Fortex)]