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2 October 2015

UK: Morrisons announces pay rate in excess of govt.'s National Living Wage

Author: BBC

"Morrisons follows Lidl on staff wage increase", 29 Sept 2015...

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Article
13 August 2018

Kenya: Flower farm workers allegedly earn below living wage, live in poor conditions & some women sexually harassed; industry association responds

Author: Patrick Kibet & Antony Gitonga, Standard Digital (Kenya)

“Why Kenyan flower farms is no bed of roses”...

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Article
28 January 2019

Bangladesh: Garment workers' wages rise due to protests

Author: The Daily Star, Bangladesh

"Workers' wages rise in 6 grades", 14 Janaury 2019...

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Article
28 January 2019

Bangladesh: ILO praises garment wage review

Author: bdnews24.com, Bangladesh

"ILO praises garment wage review", 14 January 2019...

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Article
3 February 2019

India: Why Workers Brought India to a Halt for Two Days

Author: Akhil Kumar, The Wire, India

"Bharat Bandh: Why Workers Brought India to a Halt for Two Days", 10 Janaury 2019...

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10 February 2019

Bangladesh: How little H&M would have to raise t-shirt prices to pay its Bangladesh factory workers a living wage

Author: Oliver Pechter, Business Insider Nordic

"Here’s how little H&M would have to raise t-shirt prices to pay its Bangladesh factory workers a living wage", 1 June 2017...

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Company non-response
3 March 2019

Danske Bank did not respond

We invited Danske Bank to respond to the report by Fair Action; it did not.

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Company non-response
3 March 2019

No response from Nordea to the Fair Action report “Broke in Bangladesh”

We invited Nordea to respond; it did not.

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Company response
3 March 2019

DNB’s response to the Fair Action report “Broke in Bangladesh”

Author: Laura Natumi McTavish, Responsible Investment Analyst, DNB, Norwary

We have had extensive dialogue with Framtiden i Våre Hender to explain our position and how it would be presented in the report.  Unfortunately, we believe that the report’s conclusion does not accurately reflect DNB’s position and work with H&M. ...

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Company response
3 March 2019

Handelsbanken's response to the Fair Action report “Broke in Bangladesh”

Author: Karin Askelöf, Head of Responsible Investments, Handelsbanken, Sweden

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