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The Globe and Mail
Bangladesh factories to continue operations after deadly attacksand four million jobs. Some companies have cited concerns over safety in light
Bangladesh factories to continue operations after deadly attacks
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
and four million jobs. Some companies have cited concerns over safety in light of the recent attacks. Earlier this month, Fast Retailing Co. Ltd., the Japanese owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, said it would suspend all but critical travel to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Retail reckoning: Why the apparel market is facing a sea changewas plucked away by Ralph Lauren. Still, even some fast-fashion players are be
Retail reckoning: Why the apparel market is facing a sea change
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
was plucked away by Ralph Lauren. Still, even some fast-fashion players are beginning to feel the nip of changing times. Fast Retailing Co. Ltd. of Japan, which is expanding in North America, lowered its financial outlook this spring after price... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Dhaka attackers 'well off, educated'industry, as fears mount that major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc
Dhaka attackers 'well off, educated'
Otago Daily Times / Posted 19 days ago
industry, as fears mount that major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc could rethink their investments. Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, said it will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has... Read more
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Japan Today
Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel as attack rattles garment industry ‹ Japan TodayJapan’s Fast Retailing Co., owner of the Uniqlo casual wear brand, will suspend
Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel as attack rattles garment industry ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 19 days ago
Japan’s Fast Retailing Co., owner of the Uniqlo casual wear brand, will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has told staff there to stay home after 20 people, including seven Japanese, were killed in an attack that began late... Read more
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The Star
Japan's Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel; others reviewing operationsthe attack claimed the lives of nine Italians, seven Japanese, an American, an
Japan's Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel; others reviewing operations
The Star / Posted 19 days ago
the attack claimed the lives of nine Italians, seven Japanese, an American, an Indian and some Bangladeshi nationals. Fast Retailing Co, the Japanese owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, said it would suspend all but critical travel to... Read more
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19d
The Globe and Mail
Japan’s Uniqlo suspends most travel to Bangladesh after Dhaka attackthe attack claimed the lives of nine Italians, seven Japanese, an American, an
Japan’s Uniqlo suspends most travel to Bangladesh after Dhaka attack
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
the attack claimed the lives of nine Italians, seven Japanese, an American, an Indian and some Bangladeshi nationals. Fast Retailing Co. Ltd., the Japanese owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, said it will suspend all but critical travel to... Read more
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19d
Reuters UK Edition
Bangladesh fears for garment industry Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of Uniqlo, will suspend all but critical tra
Bangladesh fears for garment industry
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 19 days ago
Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of Uniqlo, will suspend all but critical travel to Banglasdesh. As Hayley Platt reports, other companies are also wondering whether to pull out of the country where security... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Some Bangladesh restaurant attackers said to be well off, educatedindustry, as fears mount that major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc
Some Bangladesh restaurant attackers said to be well off, educated
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
industry, as fears mount that major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc could rethink their investments. Japan’s Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, said it will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has... Read more
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19d
Swissinfo
Bangladesh says some restaurant attackers were well off and educatedindustry, as fears mount that major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc
Bangladesh says some restaurant attackers were well off and educated
Swissinfo / Posted 19 days ago
industry, as fears mount that major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc could rethink their investments. Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, said it will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has... Read more
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19d
The Star
Bangladesh police seek more info on ‘brainwashed’ gunmenfrom the killings, fearing major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc co
Bangladesh police seek more info on ‘brainwashed’ gunmen
The Star / Posted 19 days ago
from the killings, fearing major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc could rethink their investment. Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has told... Read more
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19d
The Financial Express
Bangladesh says some restaurant attackers were well off and educatedfrom the killings, fearing major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc co
Bangladesh says some restaurant attackers were well off and educated
The Financial Express / Posted 19 days ago
from the killings, fearing major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc could rethink their investment. Japan’s Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has told... Read more
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19d
Swissinfo
Bangladesh says some restaurant attackers were well off and educatedfrom the killings, fearing major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc co
Bangladesh says some restaurant attackers were well off and educated
Swissinfo / Posted 19 days ago
from the killings, fearing major retailers from Marks and Spencer to Gap Inc could rethink their investment. Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has told... Read more
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19d
Quartz
World’s biggest fashion brands are worried about Bangladesh’s security situationit’ll stop all travel to the South Asian nation following the attack. Seven Jap
World’s biggest fashion brands are worried about Bangladesh’s security situation
Quartz / Posted 19 days ago
it’ll stop all travel to the South Asian nation following the attack. Seven Japanese citizens were killed in the attack. Fast Retailing Co, which owns Uniqlo, has also told its staff in Bangladesh to stay at home. “An incident like this will... Read more
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Calcutta News
Dhaka still in ‘denial’, says ISI not ISIS carried out attacksand machetes to kill 20 people at the Holey Artisan Cafe. Three others were als
Dhaka still in ‘denial’, says ISI not ISIS carried out attacks
Calcutta News / Posted 19 days ago
and machetes to kill 20 people at the Holey Artisan Cafe. Three others were also arrested by the police on July 2. Japan’s Fast Retailing Co, owner of Uniqlo has said that it will suspend all but critical business travel to Bangladesh after the... Read more
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New Kerala
Post-Dhaka attack Japan's Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel - newkerala.com #85646Dhaka, July 4 : Following the Dhaka terror attack that killed 20 people, includ
Post-Dhaka attack Japan's Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel - newkerala.com #85646
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
Dhaka, July 4 : Following the Dhaka terror attack that killed 20 people, including seven Japanese, Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual wear brand, has suspended all but critical travel to Bangladesh and told staff here to stay home.... Read more
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19d
Swissinfo
Bangladesh police try to confirm ID of cafe killers from FB postsmajor retailers from Uniqlo to Marks and Spencer and Gap Inc co
Bangladesh police try to confirm ID of cafe killers from FB posts
Swissinfo / Posted 19 days ago
major retailers from Uniqlo to Marks and Spencer and Gap Inc could rethink their investment. Japan's Fast Retailing Co <9983.T>, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has... Read more
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The Financial Express
Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel as attack rattles garment industryranks behind only China as a supplier of clothes to developed markets like Euro
Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel as attack rattles garment industry
The Financial Express / Posted 20 days ago
ranks behind only China as a supplier of clothes to developed markets like Europe and the United States. (Reuters) Japan’s Fast Retailing Co , owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh and has told... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travelJapan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, will suspend
Uniqlo suspends most Bangladesh travel
The Courier Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Japan's Fast Retailing Co, owner of the Uniqlo casual-wear brand, will suspend all but critical travel to Bangladesh. It has also told staff there to stay home after 20 people, including seven Japanese, were killed in an attack that began late... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billionsensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retaile
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billion
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
sensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retailer Tadashi Yanai, chairman of Tokyo-based Fast Retailing Co., was behind him with a $US552 million rise. Nineteen billionaires on the index added more than $US100... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billionsensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retaile
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billion
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 days ago
sensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retailer Tadashi Yanai, chairman of Tokyo-based Fast Retailing Co., was behind him with a $US552 million rise. Nineteen billionaires on the index added more than $US100... Read more
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26d
Sydney Morning Herald
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billionsensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retaile
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billion
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
sensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retailer Tadashi Yanai, chairman of Tokyo-based Fast Retailing Co., was behind him with a $US552 million rise. Nineteen billionaires on the index added more than $US100... Read more
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26d
WA Today
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billionsensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retaile
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billion
WA Today / Posted 26 days ago
sensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retailer Tadashi Yanai, chairman of Tokyo-based Fast Retailing Co., was behind him with a $US552 million rise. Nineteen billionaires on the index added more than $US100... Read more
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26d
The Age
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billionsensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retaile
The Brexit vote has already cost world's wealthiest $270 billion
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
sensors, led the gainers with an increase of $US579.3 million. Japanese retailer Tadashi Yanai, chairman of Tokyo-based Fast Retailing Co., was behind him with a $US552 million rise. Nineteen billionaires on the index added more than $US100... Read more
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