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Company Response

13 Apr 2021

Safaa Sweaters Ltd. (Palmal Group) did not respond

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Safaa Sweaters Ltd. (Palmal Group) to respond to a report alleging that Canadian brands are linked to garment factories in Bangladesh that pay poverty wages, which affect affect workers’ access to food, housing, healthcare, and their capacity to provide for their children’s childcare and education. The company did not respond.

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