Nine business associations in the textile sustainability networkD of Asia called on buyers to honor their contracts with their suppliers.
The joint statement was issued by the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC), Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) ) Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BKMEA), China National Textile and Garment Council (CNTAC), Myanmar Garment Factories . Association (MGMA), Pakistan Exporters & Exporters Association (PHMA), Pakistan Garment Exporters Association (PTEA), Manufacturers Association The Pakistan Towels (TMA) and the Vietnam Textile and Textile Association (VITAS).
Garment industry associations in nine countries urged brands and retailers to consider the impact on workers in the supply chain. Their decision to buy during the disease was 19.
GMAC says it's time for global businesses to uphold and respect their commitment to labor rights Social responsibility and sustainable supply chain.
They called on brands and retailers to accept delivery and payment on the terms already agreed for the goods Finished or in production.
"During the unprecedented outbreak of the Kuwaiti 19 outbreak, which was well-received business," the statement said. Accountability has become more important than ever for the rest of the world to survive and recover from the economic crisis. ”
"In particular, the responsible purchasing practices of brands, retailers and traders of the supply chain Textiles and clothing will have a significant impact on the fundamental rights of millions of workers and their families. It's time for global businesses to support and honor their commitment to labor rights, social responsibility and supply chains. Sustainable.
In Cambodia, hundreds of thousands of garment workers are at risk of losing their jobs and livelihoods because of problems Payment and cancellation of orders from multinational buyers ៕ By: Beauty