H & M In Bangladesh Case Analysis

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H&M is one of the world’s leading clothing retailers.On December 1,2013 , The new York times took up the issue of living wage for its employees.
They said ´most workers who make clothes for western retailers in countries like Bangladesh and Cambodia where H&M effort will start,earn too little to cover even bare necessities for life.yet most American and European companies doing business in such places have choosen to look the other way or blame weak national government for the problem.
As one of the corporations who invest in the form of placement manufacturing locations in Bangladesh, in September 2012, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) H & M, Karl-John Persson, met with the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina in Dakka. Persson represents H & M and requested the Prime Minister of Bangladesh to raise the minimum wage workers (Anonymous, 2013) H & M has been a partner of the garment industry in Bangladesh since 1982 when H & M began requiring Bangladesh as a supplier and 1983
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H & M also had to face the possibility of increasing the number of retail corporations mode that puts manufacturing in Bangladesh and did not rule out the possibility that the fashion retail corporation in the same way as H & M is outsourcing. H & M, also maintain relationships with manufacturing in Bangladesh because suppliers are an important asset that can provide opoerasional profit in the activities of the corporation. for H & M to raise the wages of workers in Bangladesh is not a problem because they have a relatively low wages compared to China and

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