NEW YORK (AP) — In a story May 15 about retailers’ reactions to a proposal aimed at making garment factories safer in Bangladesh, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Gap wouldn’t sign on unless it would be free of any legal liability. In fact, Gap was objecting to facing unlimited legal liability. The company says that its proposal provides for a number of areas for Gap to be held legally liable.
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NEW YORK (AP) — While several more global clothing chains on Tuesday were announcing that they agreed to a historic pact to improve factory conditions in Bangladesh, U.S. retailers were scrambling to come up with their own safety plans.
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