Nanda Bergstein, director for corporate responsibility at German clothing chain Tchibo, has urged other apparel brands to help Cambodia and other countries achieve a living wage for garment workers and commit to the Action, Collaboration and Transformation (ACT) foundation, which aims for a sustainable industry based on living wages.
Bergstein’s call came at a high-level dialogue on living wages in Cambodia with German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Joschka Fischer in early April.
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