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GLOBAL - The minimum wage in the world's key garment manufacturing countries is an average of 45 per cent less than the living wage - the amount needed to meet basic needs, according to a new study.

The difference was released by the new The Industry We Want (TIWW) initiative as it launched its dashboard of data through which it intends to annually monitor social, commercial and environmental progress in supply chain countries.

As well as wages, it plans to report on two other metrics - greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and brands' purchasing practices - to measure progress each year until at least 2025.

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