H&M’s Ethical Supply Chain: What Other Retailers Can Learn

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The Rana Plaza tragedy in Bangladesh serves as a warning to many fashion stores and clothing manufacturers — or at least it should. Far too few clothing producers know how or where their clothes are really made. H&M, in stark contrast, is both ethical and sustainable, and stands as an inspiration for competitors.

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