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Published on Tuesday, 03 November 2009

CCC reports Triumph workers sew 'protest' panties

Written by Stacey Dove

Laid off Triumph International union members have transformed their action camp into a sewing factory producing panties under the label “Try Arm”.

Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) report that since October 16, 2009 hundreds of workers have occupied the grounds of the Ministry of Labour to protest mass dismissals by Triumph International subsidiary Body Fashion Thailand.


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