So far it looks like Gap and Walmart are the major holdouts.
I was happy to see many of my favorite retailers, including H&M, sign on to the agreement. I would have considered not shopping there anymore if they had not.
Unfortunately, many labels aren't as well-known as that one and those mentioned in the article, and I have no idea where they stand on the Bangladesh issue. As much as I would like to say yes, because of this, I have to say largely no.
However, if Gap doesn't change its tune, I will be seeing less of them in the future, including their affiliates Old Navy and Banana Republic.
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