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Why we need to pay more for Primark + be sure that it 'trickles down' to the workers [Bangladesh]

Author: Safia Minney, Peopletree.co.uk, Published on: 1 May 2009

Safia[Minney] talks to Mr Amin, Director of National Garment Workers Federation, who represents garment workers and campaigns for their rights about the grim realities of the real costs of fast fashion...Consumers need to be more aware of the terrible living and working conditions of garment factory workers in the developing world...if they were more aware...they would pressurise companies to make their trading practice humane. [refers to Tesco, Wal-Mart, Gap, H&M]

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Related companies: Gap H&M People Tree Primark (part of Associated British Foods) Tesco Walmart