Companies that have not signed on include Wal-Mart and The Children’s Place — two brands linked to the Bangladesh tragedy.
The brand has become the go-to online store for young Asian women.
The region’s economies are contemplating other trade deals such as the European Union-Vietnam free trade agreement and the China-led Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership.
A report published by Progressive Voices ranged from concerns about working conditions and hours to trade union disputes and settlements.
Featuring 10 designers over three nights last week, PPDW showcased the emerging talents of Cambodia.
Sales of black clothing peaked over the weekend in Thailand as people rushed out to purchase mourning attire for the death of their beloved king.
Gap Inc., Puma, Adidas, H&M and Levi’s were among brands meeting to address the growing problem.
A boiler exploded at a plastics factory and caused a fire. It is the latest incident highlighting the precarious nature of manufacturing in Bangladesh, a major garment producing country.
The employers’ association has proposed $144.20 as the new monthly minimum wage, below what the unions are seeking.
Cambodia will be able to export these products without having to pay taxes as part of the Generalized System of Preferences.