H&M orders on hold in Myanmar after factory riot

Swedish fashion brand H&M is halting orders from a troubled textile factory in Myanmar. The Chinese-owned firm was forced to stop production after rioting workers damaged the building over an industrial dispute last month.

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    Swedish fashion brand H&M is halting orders from a troubled textile factory in Myanmar. The Chinese-owned firm was forced to stop production after rioting workers damaged the building over an industrial dispute last month.

    The case has raised questions about how low-paid workers are treated in the country.

    Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Yangon.


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