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WHAT DO YOU PAY?


source: www.cleanclothes.org/ftp/
wearing_thin.PDF


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what do you pay?

Workers’ wages generally constitute a tiny fraction of the retail price of garments and sportswear (from 0.5% - 4%)…


Price make-up of a US$100 sport shoe made in Indonesia
Paid to the factory  US$
 Material8.0
 Production costs2.0
(Wages 0.4)
 Factory profit2.0
 Transport & tax5.0
Brand name  
 Profit13.5
 Research11.0
 Publicity8.5
Distribution chain   
 Store50.0
Consumer price   
  100

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