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MELBOURNE – Oxfam Australia has released a report listing the fashion brands which the charity says have failed to ensure workers in their global supply chains are paid a living wage.

Companies named and shamed in the charity's Naughty or Nice report include some of Australia's biggest brands including Just Jeans, Peter Alexander, Jay Jays, Myer, Rivers, Katies, W Lane and Big W.

Spanish fashion giant Zara, owned by the Inditext group, is also on the list for failing to publish details of the factories where its clothes are made.

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