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Gap Inc. targeted by post-Bangladesh corporate reform campaign

Gap Inc. was not among the retailers found to be subcontracting to Rana Plaza, the collapsed factory in Savar, Bangladesh that resulted in the deaths of 800 people and injury of 2,500 others; but the company's larger-than-life retail presence and current lack of transparency around its manufacturing standards have made it a target for a massive, labor-led corporate reform campaign.

The International Labor Rights Forum and United Students Against Sweatshops have launched Gap Deathtraps, a campaign to pressure the clothing giant to abandon its policy of self-regulation and sign the legally-binding Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Agreement to ensure safer factory conditions.

According to the campaign website:

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