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Published on Monday, 04 April 2016

H&M claims ‘living wage’ roll out is on target

Written by Brett Mathews

STOCKHOLM - Swedish fast fashion business H&M has announced that it is on target with plans to roll out its 'living wage' initiative to all strategic suppliers by 2018. The company says it has implemented the initiative in 78 supplier factories in 2016, up on the 68 total for 2015, and claims that by the end of this year, supplier factories in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, China and Turkey will be covered.


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