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YANGON - Brands still sourcing from Myanmar need to conduct heightened human rights due diligence and plan to responsibly withdraw from the country if that is not possible, according to a new report from the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC).

The report, based on BHRRC's garment worker allegations tracker, a survey of 46 brands and retailers linked to worker abuse allegations, and interviews with local trade union leaders, says urgent action is needed.

The most allegations were connected to factories supplying Zara owner Inditex (21), followed by Swedish fashion giant H&M (20), discount retailer Primark (19), Danish company Bestseller (17) and Polish fashion company LPP (12).

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