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News Digest 20 January 2017

Early Brexit impact on garment exports to UK

Bangladesh Daily Star, 20 January
Bangladesh has already started feeling the pinch of Brexit, as major British apparel retailer Next Plc slashed its work order volume for the country, said a senior official of a sourcing company.

20 brands protest detention of garment industry trade union leaders in Bangladesh

Ethical Performance, 19 January
The companies, including H&M, Next and Primark, emphasised that a rise in the cost of living has contributed to garment workers’ discontent and urged the government to set up a wage board for the sector.

Nordic fashion brands urged to tackle Turkey factory refugee abuse

Just Style, 19 January
Nordic fashion brands are not doing enough to tackle the abuse of Syrian refugees in Turkish garment factories, a new report charges.

What the wealth of world's 8 richest tells us about Asia's poorest workers

Forbes, 16 January
An Oxfam report claims that a Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 CEO earns as much in a year as 10,000 people working in garment factories in Bangladesh.

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