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WASHINGTON – A study undertaken by the Fair Labor Association (FLA) suggests that in the absence of a nationally-adopted living wage, Vietnamese garment workers are forced to accept excessive overtime simply to survive.  

The quantity of hours many workers take on is often beyond what is deemed acceptable by international standards, but is, according to the FLA’s findings, the only option available to many if they are to provide for themselves and their families.  

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