LAS VEGAS — The fallout from the Bangladesh factory disasters rippled through the latest edition of Sourcing at MAGIC, where both exhibitors and attendees prioritized social compliance along with price and quality.
Vendors ranging from Chinese sock maker Jingjiang Eknit Co. to Indian apparel and accessories producer Fashion Matrix Overseas prominently displayed computer printouts, framed certificates and giant signs touting their social compliance credibility from organizations such as GlobalMarket.com, Tradegood, Social Accountability International and Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production.
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