Spain’s Big Inditex Clothes Retailer is Keeping Factory Staff Across the Country Paid

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THE Spanish-based international fashion retailer, Inditex, has guaranteed to pay all of its factory workers their full wages until April 15.

In an interview with the clothing industry web portal, ‘just-style.com,’ Angeles Rodriguez of the Comisiones Obreras union praised Inditex, who trade under famous brand names like Zara and Bershka.

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Inditex run 13 clothing manufacturing plants around Spain employing around 23,000 people.

Despite closing their stores in Spain and around the world in March due to the Covid-19 crisis, the company have pledged the full payment of salaries to their Spanish factory staff until mid-April.


“They are the only large clothing manufacturer in Spain to have fully paid their factory workers,” Rodriquez told ‘just-style.com.’

Billionaire, Amancio Ortega, founder of Inditex, has won many plaudits for donating and buying a vast amount of supplies to help the Spanish health service and medical workers over the last few weeks.


It’s been revealed that Ortega’s charitable foundation has so far given away €63 million in the aid effort.





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