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en/ngo-statement-alleges-that-alliance-for-bangladesh-worker-safety-led-by-gap-wal-mart-contains-empty-promises#c74767

Letter to House and Senate Members

Author: Signed by: Daniel Duty, Vice President, Global Affairs, Target; Jay Jorgensen, Senior Vice President, Global Chief Compliance Officer, Wal-Mart Stores; Thomas A. Nelson, Vice President, Global Product Procurement, VF Corporation; Bobbi Silten, Senior Vice President, Global Responsibility, Gap Inc & President, Gap Foundation, Published on: 23 July 2013

Under the guidance of former U.S. Senators George J. Mitchell and Olympia Snowe, and with the help of the Bipartisan Policy Center, a group of North American retailers, industry associations, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have come together to form the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety (the “Alliance”) and launch the Bangladesh Worker Safety Initiative. We wanted to take this opportunity to provide details about the Alliance and to identify some of the upcoming milestones.

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Related companies: Target VF Corp