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Published on Friday, 19 December 2014

Report slams Thai garment manufacture

Written by Brett Mathews

AMSTERDAM - A new report on garment manufacture in Thailand suggests that the migrant workers who carry out the majority of the work in the sector are completely in the dark about the brands they are producing for. The report highlights serious human and labour rights violations of the migrant workers who work in the North of the country in Mae Sot – the city where most garment manufacture is now sub-contracted in a move which allows factory owners to exploit the migrant workers that cross the border from Myanmar.


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