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WASHINGTON DC - Worker rights campaigners are accusing leading brands Bestseller, H&M and Primark of resuming sourcing from crisis-hit Myanmar without consulting trade unions.

The US-based Worker Rights Consortium (WRC) accused the fashion companies of putting "profits over basic human rights" by continuing to do business in the country following the military coup in February.

However, both Bestseller and H&M insisted they had consulted with unions. The companies - along with Primark - recently announced they were placing orders in Myanmar again after an earlier halt.

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