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Who has paid and who is dragging their heels? [Bangladesh]

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign, Published on: 2 April 2014

The following brands have yet to publicly commit to the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund despite having had links to a factory in the building Adler Modemärkte, Kids for Fashion, Ascena Retail, Manifattura Corona, Auchan, Matalan, Benetton, NKD, Carrefour, PWT (Texman), Cato Fashions, Yes Zee, Grabalok, Gueldenpfennig, J C Penney...he following brands have made initial contributions to the Rana Plaza Donors Trust Fund...Bonmarche, Loblaw, BRAC USA, including donations from The Children's Place, Walmart, Asda and the Walmart Foundation, LPP S.A., Mango, Mascot, N Brown Group, Premier Clothing, Primark, Camaieu, C&A Foundation, El Corte Ingles, Inditex, KiK.

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Related companies: ASDA (part of Walmart) Associated British Foods Auchan Benetton Bonmarché (part of Sun Capital Partners) Carrefour Cato Children's Place Corona El Corte Inglés Inditex J.C. Penney KiK Loblaw Companies Mango Matalan Primark (part of Associated British Foods) Sun Capital Partners Walmart Zee