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LONDON - Sixteen fashion brands have been accused of making US$10bn in pandemic profits while many of the workers who make their clothes had their wages 'stolen', in a new report by the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC).

The non-profit claims that more than 9,800 garment workers have not been paid in full for work at eight factories which supply the 16 fashion brands which include H&M, Nike & Levi’s.

The report, entitled 'Wage theft and pandemic profits', says that these brands have recorded combined profits of at least US$10 billion in the second half of 2020 alone.

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