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YANGON - The IndustriALL global trade union is renewing its call on the European Union (EU) to withdraw support for the 'MADE in Myanmar project' following the arrests of garment workers and workers' rights campaigners who now face military court trials.

The arrests of eight workers and two campaigners followed disputes over pay and conditions at two garment factories which supplied Zara owner Inditex and German sportswear brand Jako both of which subsequently announced plans to withdraw from Myanmar.

IndustriALL has now reiterated its call on the EU to withdraw support for the MADE in Myanmar project which it says legitimises and funds the military junta which has run the country since the coup of February 2021.

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