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Subsidizing Sweatshops report - companies' responses

Author: Compiled by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Published on: 14 July 2008

On 1 July 2008 SweatFree Communities released a report called “Subsidizing Sweatshops” which alleged severe human rights violations in factories used by companies that supply public employee uniforms to the USA federal government. The report makes allegations against the following companies:
- Blauer Manufacturing
- Bob Barker Company
- Cintas Corp.
- Eagle Industries - Has provided a response
- Fechheimer Brothers - The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has invited a response
- Lion Apparel - Has provided a response; includes statement by City of Los Angeles re Lion Apparel
- Propper International - The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has invited a response
- Rocky Brands
- Williamson-Dickie
This page contains links to the full report and articles detailing the allegations and company responses.

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Related companies: Cintas Eagle Industries Fechheimer Brothers (part of Berkshire Hathaway)