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RALEIGH - Researchers have carried out what they say is the first in-depth study to establish all of the actions apparel factories would need to take in order to comply with international labour standards.

The North Carolina State University study was intended as a first step towards determining what such compliance would cost consumers, as well as building support for making the changes.

“People talk about improving standards for apparel factory workers, but there’s a cost to doing so,” said Rob Handfield, one of the study's authors and a professor of operations and supply chain management.

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