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As of May 23, 2013, the following companies had signed the accord:[6]

 

• Abercrombie & Fitch

• Aldi North

• Aldi South

• Benetton

• Bonmarche

• C&A

• Carrefour

• Charles Vögele

• Comtex

• El Corte Inglés

• Ernstings's Family

• Esprit

• Fat Face

• G-star

• H&M

• HEMA

• Inditex

• jbc

 

 

• John Lewis

• KiK

• Lidl

• Loblaw

• Mango

• Marks and Spencer

• Mothercare

• N Brown

• New Look

• Next

• Otto Group

• Primark

• PVH (parent of Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Izod)

• sOliver

• Stockmann

• Switcher

• Tchibo

• Tesco

• V&D

• We Europe

 

The Accord on Factory and Building Safety in Bangladesh is a five-year legally binding agreement between international labor organizations, non-governmental organizations, and retailers engaged in the textile industry to maintain minimum safety standards in the Bangladesh textile industry:

Bangladesh

Accord Fire And Building Safety

 

 

Most major United States firms such as Gap Inc. and Walmart have not signed, citing liability concerns.

 

 

GAP Inc.  Walmart.

Who's NOT signed?

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