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PENNSYLVANIA - A new report lists the fashion brands which have reportedly cancelled or postponed the most orders from suppliers in Bangladesh where more than a million garment workers have now lost their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Primark has cancelled or delayed by far the most orders, with a total of US$273 million, followed by C&A (US$166m) and Inditex/Zara (US$109m), according to the report by the Centre for Global Workers' Rights, part of Penn State University's College of the Liberal Arts.

Mothercare (with US$62m of cancelled or delayed orders), Bestseller (US$59m), Kiabi (US$57m), VF Corp (US$56m), Tesco (US$50m), M&S (US$39m), Kohls (US$39m), Walmart (US$38m), LPP (US$37m), Target (US$24m), and J C Penney (US$23m) are also listed.

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