'Harsh' tactics used on the Vietnamese garment workers to keep wages low

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'Harsh' tactics used on the Vietnamese garment workers to keep wages low
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European and U.S. fashion brands sourcing from Vietnam must stop their “harsh” tactics that push down workers’ wages and trap millions in poverty, labour rights campaigners said on Thursday. Vietnam, which is one of the world’s largest garment manufacturers and

European and U.S. fashion brands sourcing from Vietnam must stop their “harsh” tactics that push down workers’ wages and trap millions in poverty, labour rights campaigners said on Thursday.

Vietnam, which is one of the world’s largest garment manufacturers and supplies fashion chains such as Zara and H&M, is home to over 6,000 garment and textile factories that employ about 3 million people, government figures showed.

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