By and  on October 6, 2009

LONDON — An Amsterdam-based advocacy group has said it will target Europe’s biggest retailers, including Tesco, Carrefour, Aldi and Lidl, this week as part of an international effort to raise the wages of garment workers in India and the Far East.

The Clean Clothes Campaign said Monday that its partner organizations across Europe planned to call for “an immediate commitment by retailers to take steps to implement the living wage in their garment production supply chains.”

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