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AMSTERDAM – Clean Clothes Campaign has publicly called out fashion brands including H&M, Primark, Inditex, Bestseller and C&A for failing to back the renewal of binding garment factory safety mechanisms in Bangladesh. The NGO has launched a public ‘tracker’ stating which brands are advocates of a new binding agreement on factory safety via the extension of Bangladesh Accord – and which are using stalling tactics on the issue.

Clean Clothes claims retailers including British brands ASOS (Topman, Topshop, Miss Selfridge, HIIT), Tesco, Japanese brand Uniqlo, German brands Tchibo, Esprit, and KiK, and Dutch brands G-Star and Hunkemöller are backing the extension of binding safety laws for Bangladesh’s ready-made garment industry.

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