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H&M is mulling the idea of raising its prices a bit to compensate for higher wages in its factories. A spokesperson for the retailer said increased costs wouldn't happen in the near future, but they were being considered. She added that H&M has been, "lobbying governments to raise minimum wage levels, and introduce annual reviews," in places like Bangladesh. [HuffPo]