Sunday, December 22, 2019

Ethiopeans paid $26 month to make Calvin Klein clothing

Just like big business likes it. And they know Americans will buy CK and not give one thought to those workers. From this piece:

"Ethiopia is trying to become the new Bangladesh of garment factory labour by promising the lowest wages in the world, but the workers themselves report they're struggling to survive on US$26 a month while stitching clothes for Calvin Klein, H&M and other brands."

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