NEW YORK — The path to a better supply chain — from improving working conditions to proper labeling of garments — is through transparency and knowledge.
That was the conclusion of panel discussions at the annual Fashion Law Institute symposium at Fordham Law School held April 19, prior to the apparel factory building collapse in Dhaka, Bangladesh last week. The panels focused on “green” labeling and ways to better monitor global manufacturing and stressed the importance in both cases of accurate and proper certification systems and corporate responsibility and integrity.
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