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Published on Monday, 01 December 2014

Living wage campaign targets retailers

Written by Tommy Lee

LONDON – UK retailers, including Primark, Marks and Spencer, and Debenhams are being targeted by NGOs this Christmas in a campaign to persuade more retailers to “make the right moral decision” and pay the living wage. The ‘Stop Scrooging’ campaign will see Associated British Foods – Primark’s parent company – quizzed on the matter at its shareholder meeting this week.

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