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Shuttered Myanmar Garment Factory Forced to Pay Lost Wages

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An apparel factory in Myanmar’s Yangon region that shut down in late December has been forced to pay up, awarding its 300 employees lost wages. The Hong Yun garment factory, located on the Shwe Pyi Thar industrial estate, shuttered on Dec. 28 after just eight months in operation, the Myanmar Times reported. The manufacturing facility’s…

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