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WASHINGTON DC - A new report by the Fair Labor Association (FLA) non-profit details how apparel factories in China and Vietnam were able to increase workers' wages by up to 57 per cent over a three year period.

The FLA says the cases provide a blueprint to show how garment workers in supply chain countries can be paid a living wage to support their families without having to work excessive overtime.

The new FLA report, Reaching Living Wage for Garment Workers, says that factory workers in the supply chains of three FLA affiliates enjoyed wage rises of between 29 and 57 per cent over three years.

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