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[Response provided by Carrefour to Clean Clothes Campaign update on Spectrum-Shahriyar factory collapse

Author: Carrefour, Published on: 18 October 2005

Following the tragic incident at the Spectrum Sweater factory, Carrefour was quick to react in commissioning the Friendship organisation to provide short and longer term relief support. Here is a short summary account of events prepared by Friendship, followed by the Friendship flow chart of Savar Rehabilitation Project up to September 2005.

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This is a response from the following companies: Carrefour