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Apparel Online India June, 16-30, 2016

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A series of reports defame Indian apparel exporters, Reports released by Asia Floor Wage Alliance

On the surface, it would prima facie seem that there is a conspiracy to defame Indian apparel exporters’ image at the international level, why and what is the reality behind the action is something that is really bothering the industry now. Though in the past also reports have been brought out questioning Indian exporters and textile companies on how they are treating their workers, The Asia Floor Wage Alliance (AFWA), a coalition of trade unions and labour rights groups, has released 3 reports in less than a month covering 32 Indian suppliers claiming to be working with H&M, GAP and Walmart, raising many eyebrows… In the last few days, the activities of these NGOs and other so-called labour associations have…

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