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15 Jul 2022

Myanmar: 570 garment workers denied compensation after factory closure; incl. co. responses

On 3 April 2021, Dishang Kenny garment factory allegedly closed temporarily without prior notice, leaving 570 workers without owed wages and severance pay.

In June 2022, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited BESTSELLER, Inditex, and KIABI to respond.

BESTSELLER said it does not work with the factory. Inditex said Dishang Kenny is not part of its supply chain. KIABI said that at the last unannounced social audit in October 2021, the factory had received a good compliance rating. The full responses are included below.