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New Bangladesh Safety Accord Goes Into Effect Without Key Brands

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The new Bangladesh worker safety pact, known as the Transition Accord, has fallen short of its goal of retaining 100 percent of the signatories from the initial agreement. Established following the deadly Rana Plaza factory disaster in 2013, the Accord was a five-year agreement between brands and labor unions designed to improve garment industry safety…

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