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Major clothing labels criticise Cambodian labour violence

Author: AFP, Published on: 25 April 2007

Several international clothing manufacturers have demanded Cambodia to investigate the recent murder of a top labour leader, saying swift justice was key to their continued presence in the country's key garment sector. "We are quite concerned about what appears to be a pattern of violence against union leaders in the country," said a letter received on Wednesday from labels Eddie Bauer, Gap, H&M Hennes and Mauritz, Liz Claiborne and Phillips-Van Heusen.

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Related companies: Eddie Bauer Gap H&M Liz Claiborne (part of J.C. Penney) PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen)