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Gap Plans to Digitize Garment Workers’ Wages by 2020

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Gap Inc. has committed to improving garment workers’ livelihoods by giving them better access to their pay. The company said in a statement Wednesday that it will transition from paying its garment workers on a cash-based system to digitizing their wage payments by 2020. The move is expected to impact more than 1 million garment workers employed in…

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