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H&M has given suppliers a major incentive to actually pay workers more

Truman Project and Center for National Policy

H&M’s new strategy to raise wages at its supplier factories is a breath of fresh air after the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh. The incident only fueled the ongoing debate about the role of global retailers in respecting the rights of the workers who make their products. As we head into the holiday season, H&M’s “roadmap towards a fair living wage in the textile industry” echoes similar efforts among a handful of other retailers, and is a hopeful sign for shoppers and workers.

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