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Article
14 June 2019

Brands respond to report on their lack of commitment to ensuring living wage for workers

Author: Hannah Abdulla

"Global brands respond to living wage criticism", 13 June 2019...

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9 November 2018

Cambodia's Hun Sen eases pressure on unions, as EU sanctions threat looms

Author: Chanthol Prak, Channel News Asia

7 November 2018...

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Article
2 November 2018

Why international brands want Cambodia to meet EU demands

Author: Sharon Waxman & Michael Posner, EU Observer

1 November 2018...

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2 November 2018

Cambodia: Leading apparel & footwear brands meet with govt. to express concerns about labour rights

Author: Fair Labor Association (USA)

"Leading apparel and footwear brands meet with government to express concerns about worker rights", Oct 23, 2018...

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30 October 2018

Press Release: Brands meet with Cambodian govt. to express concerns about worker rights

Author: Fair Labor Association

"Leading Apparel and Footwear Brands Meet with Cambodian Government to Express Concerns About Worker Rights", 23 October 2018...

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18 July 2018
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Author: Maynor Salazar, Confidencial (Nicaragua)

 "Marcas internacionales solicitan a Ortega que respete el Estado de Derecho", 30 Junio 2018...

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30 May 2018
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18 August 2017

Commentary: Why some CEOs are leading the charge on diversity and inclusion

Author: Irit Tamir, Oxfam

"Business for Social Justice," 18 August 2017...

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17 August 2017

Inside the C.E.O. Rebellion Against Trump’s Advisory Councils

Author: David Gelles, Landon Thomas Jr., Andrew Ross Sorkin & Kate Kellyaug, NY Times (USA)

On Tuesday, Indra Nooyi, the chief executive of PepsiCo, joined a call with other prominent corporate chieftains who...had agreed to advise...Trump. A rebellion was brewing. Along with other business leaders, [she]...watched with bafflement over the...

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15 August 2017

Merck, Intel, Under Armour, Alliance for American Manufacturing & AFL-CIO resign from manufacturing council following President Trump's response to white supremacist violence in Charlottesville

Five members of the American Manufacturing Council resigned following President Trump's failure to quickly condemn racism and violence by white supremacists at a rally in Charlottesville. The rally was organised to protest the planned removal of a...

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