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Worker Rights Consortium documents vicious threats and beatings at Bangalore’s Shahi Export

A new report by the Workers’ Rights’ Consortium claimed on June 20 that Shahi Export in Bangalore, India, viciously attacked workers in April this year. Attacks included  physical beatings and death threats. It believes that managers and supervisors of the factory:

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Trump U-turns again on TPP. EU just presses on with TPP’s key members

The Trump administration’s stances on the TPP in April probably established an all-time record for policy U-turns. The TPP’s major members, though, made real progress with the EU

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Top 20 clothing exporters remain unchanged as world clothing trade falls

The volume of the $255 bn worth of clothing (measured in numbers of garments) imported in 2017 into the key developed countries (Japan, the US and EU – JUSEU) fell 3.1%, according to the 2017 edition of Clothesource Tradetrak.

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