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17 Oct 2023

Myanmar: Garment workers at Lucky Fortune factory reportedly face frequent military visits as they manufacture their clothes; incl. co. responses

In May 2023, it was reported that workers at Lucky Fortune were facing a series of violations, including frequent military visits due to the military having their clothes made in the factory, limited breaks for workers to eat, workers having to pay for drinking water and first aid, and the Workplace Coordination Committee working according to the employer’s wishes.

In October 2023, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Inditex and LPP S.A. to respond. The responses can be found below.

Company Responses

Inditex View Response
LPP Spółka Akcyjna View Response