<progress id="twihl"></progress>
    <dd id="twihl"><big id="twihl"></big></dd>
      1. <em id="twihl"><ruby id="twihl"><input id="twihl"></input></ruby></em><em id="twihl"></em>
        <s id="twihl"></s>
      2. <li id="twihl"></li>

          1. Social Media
            Log in

            Register Subscribe

            YANGON - Some of the world's biggest fashion brands including H&M, Zara owners Inditext and C&A have reached an agreement with suppliers and trade unions to protect garment factories and workers in Myanmar from the worst impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

            Next, Bestseller and Tchibo have also signed up to the deal with the Industrial Workers Federation of Myanmar (IWFM) and the IndustriALL Global Union.

            The agreement, which hopes to attract more industry stakeholders, aims to keep the doors of Myanmar’s garment and footwear industry open to the world and its workers protected during and after the pandemic.

            BACK ISSUE ARCHIVE
            OTHER PUBLICATIONS FROM MCL NEWS & MEDIA

            Interested in advertising?

            Simply give us a call

            Sales: +44 1977 708488

            Or if you prefer email, click on the button below and we'll get back to you asap

            ?
            百万大富豪炸金花