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YANGON - Members of the ACT initiative - which include leading brands such as H&M, Zara owner Inditex and Primark - have decided to put a halt on the organisation's actions in the troubled country of Myanmar.

The decision has been taken because of the difficulties experienced by local trade unions - who are also part of the organisation - in acting on behalf of workers in the country following the military coup.

"This is a consequence of the withdrawal of IndustriALL’s local trade union affiliate IWFM from the ACT operations, because they are no longer able to operate freely under the current circumstances," said an ACT statement.

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