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JAKARTA - German fashion brand S.Oliver has paid out €100,000 (US$110,000) to 2,000 former workers of an Indonesian garment factory which went bankrupt in 2015.

The Jaba Garmindo factory closed without paying the workers their legally entitled severance money after S.Oliver and Japanese giant Uniqlo pulled orders, according to workers' rights campaigners, although this is denied by the companies.

The Clean Clothes Campaign (CCC) welcomed S.Oliver's decision to pay the workers but claimed they were actually owed US$5.5 million and urged Uniqlo to follow suit.

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