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Posted on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 in Human Rights, News, Shopping Guide, Simple-Practical, Trafficking
(News update from clean clothes campaign)
“Polo Ralph Lauren, the upmarket US-based fashion giant, continues to ignore union repression and bad working conditions at one of its suppliers in Indonesia. The Mulia Knitting Factory near to Jakarta. The fashion house simply refuses to respond to the plight of workers who produce its garments.
Tommy Hilfiger, another buyer at the same clothing factory, has claimed that they have discussed the problems with the supplier, but the company has yet to take decisive action.
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Seems good if you wouldn’t have time to get a great price selling it yourself or if it is in bad shape that wouldn’t be sellable.1 Comment »