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GLOBAL - Brands and retailers are being urged to show more compassion for the people who make their clothes as leading European nations re-enter lockdown against a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

With the UK, France and Germany all closing clothing and other non-essential stores as they go back into lockdown, fears have been raised for garment workers in supply chain countries.

Brands and retailers cancelled billions of US dollars worth of orders - including those already completed or in production - after the onset of the pandemic forcing factories to close and costing millions of vulnerable garment workers their livelihoods.

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