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TOKYO - Migrant garment workers on Japan’s state-supported Technical Internship Training Programme (TITP) face widespread labour violations including poverty pay, debt bondage and enforced overtime, according to a new report.

The study, entitled Made in Japan, by the Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC), says they are also subject to crowded and inadequate living and working conditions, raising fears for their safety during the current coronavirus pandemic.

The CCC, an NGO which campaigns to improve pay and conditions for the world's garment workers, highlights what it sees as a lack of action from the Japanese government to combat labour abuses of migrant workers.

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