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H&M Prices May Rise

CroatiaPopular Swedish fashion chain H&M, which only in the last few years opened retail stores in the Croatian capital Zagreb and Split, is set to raise prices of its clothing…

H&M, popular in Croatia for its affordable prices, said yesterday that it could raise prices to help pay its textile workers better wages. H&M plan to increase salaries for workers in poor nations such as Bangladesh, where the minimum wage is less than 50 EUR a month.H&M aims to increase the wages of around 850,000 textile workers worldwide by 2018.

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