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WASHINGTON DC - Workers' rights campaigners are urging more US and Australian brands and retailers to sign up to the new International Accord for Health and Safety in the Textile and Garment Industry.

The agreement seeks to make fashion companies legally reponsible for the garment makers who make their clothes. Initially focused on Bangladesh, it hopes to eventually expand to other garment production countries.

So far, 155 brands and retailers have signed the International Accord which is intended to replace the legally binding agreement behind the former Bangladesh Accord drawn up following the Rana Plaza disaster of 2013.

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