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In the wake of the Rana Plaza disaster, big European retailers, like H&M, Benetton and Marks & Spencer, are signing on in droves to a legally-binding agreement that promises to improve the working conditions of Bangladesh garment workers. Given the ...San Francisco Chronicle, 6 days ago Major retailers like Benetton, Mango, Marks & Spencer sign Bangladesh safety pact Economic Times, 1 week ago Global brands commit to Bangladesh safety after collapse Business Standard, 1 week ago Benetton becomes latest big retailer to agree to Bangladesh safety pact Globe and Mail, 1 week ago
Benetton chief executive Biagio Chiarolanza said his company planned to stay in Bangladesh despite concerns over factory safety and work conditions in the country's £13billion garment industry, reports Daily Mail quoting The Huffington Post. The ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 week ago Benetton suppliers' link to collapsed Bangladesh factory ITV.com, 1 week ago Benetton Admits Links to Rana Plaza's New Wave Garment Factory International Business Times Canada, 1 week ago Benetton confirms ties to collapsed Bangladesh factory Ansa.it, 1 week ago
India is the biggest market for Benetton outside Europe, a factoid that gives us insights about our style quotient Shefalee Vasudev Colour is encoded in Benetton's DNA, and Indians are naturally drawn to colour. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint We have ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago
A wide spectrum of government officials, investors and religious groups are warning major retailers like Walmart, Benetton and Gap that they could face financial repercussions from consumers, damage to their stock value or sustained public protests if they do ...Business Standard, 1 week ago Clothing Retailers Pressed on Bangladesh Factory Safety New York Times, 1 week ago Retailers are pressed on safety at factories Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 week ago
The chief executive officer (CEO) of a leading global fashion brand assured that his company would continue buying garment products from Bangladesh. Biagio Chiarolanza, the CEO of Italy-based global retailer Benetton, made this assurance when many ...The New Nation, 1 week ago Leading global retailer assures continued buying of garment products Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 1 week ago
Factories of at least 18 garment makers in two cities in Bangladesh have been ordered to shut down as the death toll from the April collapse of a building rose steadily, now reaching 804. This, as clothes retailer Benetton confirmed it had indeed ...International Business Times UK, 1 week ago Benetton Finally Admits Involvement as Activists Demand Action in Bangladesh Brandchannel.com, 1 week ago Factory fire at Dhaka company linked to Primark kills eight The Week UK, 1 week ago As Bangladesh factory death toll tops 900, another disaster AlterNet.org, 1 week ago
In his first interview since the deadly collapse of a garment factory complex in Bangladesh, the chief executive officer of Benetton told The Huffington Post that his company had purchased small quantities of shirts from a manufacturer that operated ...Huffington Post, 1 week ago Company Bought Shirts From Bangladesh Plant Manufacturer Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago
London, May 5 (ANI): Italian apparel retailer Benetton had initially denied any connection to the factory that collapsed in Bangladesh killing more than 500 people, but since then photos of the brand's clothing in the building's rubble have ...News Track India, 2 weeks ago Benetton On Bangladesh Tragedy: No One In The Industry Should Feel Above It Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago Benetton Changes Story On Connection To Bangladesh Factory Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago
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Documents found in the rubble of the collapsed Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh show that Italian fashion giant Benetton . The company had earlier denied any involvement with manufacturers in the building but later recognised a one-time order that ...International Business Times UK, 2 weeks ago Bangladesh: Were Rana Plaza Workers Sewing Clothes for Benetton when Building Collapsed? International Business Times Canada, 2 weeks ago
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