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Tesco Exiting Myanmar Amid ‘Deep Violation’ of Labor Rights

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Tesco, one of Britain’s largest supermarket chains, is in the process of exiting Myanmar “responsibly,” a spokesperson told Sourcing Journal Monday. The move follows reports that Gtig Eastar Garment (Myanmar) Co., a Chinese-owned garment factory in Wartayar Industrial Zone in the city of Yangon, has refused to compensate thousands of workers after announcing its closure…

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