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Research on the global apparel industry in Ethiopia from the Center for Business and Human Rights is spotlighted

Excerpt from The Salt Lake Tribune -- "According to a 2019 study by New York University’s Stern Center for Business and Human Rights, monthly wages for garment makers can be as low as $182 in Cambodia, $95 in Bangladesh and Myanmar, and $26 in Ethiopia. Many well-known clothing brands — including H&M, Calvin Klein, Izod and Tommy Hilfiger — make their goods in such countries, the NYU study noted."

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