22 May '13, 12pm

H&M remains committed to Bangladesh

Clothing giant H&M has confirmed to Ecotextile News that it remains committed to Bangladesh as a sourcing destination in the wake of the recent factory tragedy there. It did, however, acknowledge that it is also looking for new sourcing markets when asked about reports that it had been eyeing up sourcing from Latin America and Africa.

Full article: http://www.ecotextile.com/2013052212028/materials-product...




ecouterre.com 21 May '13, 7pm

As dozens of anti-sweatshop protestors faced arrest outside Gap’s annual shareholder meeting in San Francisco on Tuesday, ...

Walmart to inspect all Bangladesh factories

Walmart to inspect all Bangladesh factories

channelnewsasia.com 14 May '13, 10pm

WASHINGTON: Giant retailer Walmart announced Tuesday that it would conduct in-depth safety inspections of all 279 of its B...

“Invisible hand” not enough to stabilise OC market

ecotextile.com 22 May '13, 11am

Walmart unveils its own Bangladesh plan Ethical Fashion Show reports new interest Indigo-free denim knits RITE changes cou...

H&M, Zara Commit to Signing Bangladesh Fire and Safety Agreement

H&M, Zara Commit to Signing Bangladesh Fire and...

ecouterre.com 13 May '13, 3pm

Two of the world’s largest retailers have consented to a legally binding, first-of-its-kind contract that requires Western...