WASHINGTON — Further splintering the global fashion industry’s response to the tragedies in Bangladesh’s apparel industry, a group of North American retailers, brands and industry associations led by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Gap Inc. said Thursday they were formulating their own fire and safety action plan.
Divisions have grown in the international apparel manufacturing sector over which path to take to improve fire and safety regulations in Bangladesh after the Rana Plaza building collapse in April that killed 1,127 workers.
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