But based on consultation with fire and building safety experts, the group speculated the cost could run $600,000 per factory. All 70 companies have been asked to send in data about factories they use by July 15. The information includes names, addresses and the physical layout of the facilities. The inspection reports will be made public. Six executive members of the steering committee have been elected and including officials of IndustriALL Global Union, UNI Global Union and the Bangladesh Council of Trade Unions as well as representatives of companies that have signed on to the pact.
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Local Group Receives Clothing and Food to Help Families in Need This Summer
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