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NEW YORK - Global apparel companies are engaging in “unfair practices that harm workers in export-focused factories” according to a new report from the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights.

Entitled 'A Broken Partnership', the study outlines a number of recommendations for fashion brands and retailers to reduce economic pressures on suppliers and encourage better treatment of garment workers.

Focusing on Bangladesh, the world's second biggest garment exporter after China, the report reveals how the purchasing practices of global clothing companies profit from low-wage labour which continues to harm workers in Bangladesh.

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