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Published on Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Legislation proposed to improve textile supply chains

Written by Brett Mathews

BRUSSELS - The European Commission has come in for stinging criticism from the European Parliament for the lack of concrete actions taken by the EU Garment Initiative. In a lively debate in Brussels, delegates from the European Parliament Committee on Development and the Committee on International Trade expressed exasperation that the European Commission's EU Garment Initiative has yet to lead to any concrete actions, despite being launched – with considerable fanfare – in the wake of the Rana Plaza disaster in Bangladesh.


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