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SOUTH ASIA - Fashion companies H&M, Nike and Primark have been accused of driving factory workers in their supply chains in Bangladesh, Cambodia and Indonesia into desperation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The allegations come in Breaking Point, a new report from the Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC), which interviewed 49 garment workers in these countries on the impact of the pandemic on their wages, working conditions and labour rights.

More than half of the workers interviewed said they had experienced wage cuts during the pandemic, and almost 70 per cent had endured periods in which they were not paid their normal, pre-pandemic wages.

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