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H&M is under fire yet again for their labor practices abroad. WWD reports that the Swedish television program Kalla Fakta aired a documentary this week that criticized the retail giant for not providing adequate wages for the workers employed in their Cambodian factories.
Former Bavet city governor Chhouk Bandith has been charged with shooting three garment industry workers during a demonstration in February.
In today’s edition of WTF, 107 workers reportedly fainted in a Cambodian garment factory.
At least three female garment industry workers were beaten during a strike in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on Tuesday.
As it turns out, our low-priced favorites from H&M come at a really high cost. Almost 300 workers at one of the Swedish fast-fashion chain’s Cambodian factories fell ill this week, fainting after a pungent smell coming from a batch of clothes they were working on overwhelmed them. And this isn’t the first time it’s happened.
Call it Angelina Jolie Louis Vuitton Makeupgate — or don’t — but we have further evidence that the actress was not in fact barefaced in her ad for the luxury brand.