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14-year-old H&M plants in Myanmar employ | Business
H&M, a Sweden-based apparel company, worked with apparel manufacturers in Myanmar, where kids 14 years and older worked more than 12 working hour a monday. The writers Moa Kärnstrand and Tobias Andersson Akerblom meet 15-year-old women who are working until 10 pm in violation of Myanmar's law and the Myanmar Agreement on Work.
They worked for two plants, Myanmar Century Liaoyuan Knitted Wear and Myanmar Garment Wedge, both near the capitol Yangon. The H&M said it had been dealing with both plants over ID card and working late after it was pointed out that a group of 14-17 year-olds had been working long hours since 2013.
Reveals are raising new concerns about the situation in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, where UK retail outlets such as Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Primark and New Look have been joining H&M, C&A, Aldi and Gap in recent years. Oxfam's Erinch Sahan, who conducted research on working in Myanmar's plants last year, said the charitable organisation had not been involved in working with children, but had found a high incidence of compulsory working hours and low wages.
"I' m not very surprising that these issues arise given the extent of workers' deprivation of power in Myanmar," Sahan said. The Myanmar administration last year fixed a 3,600 kyats (£2.30) pay per eight-hour working days, one of the lowes in the game. Commenting on the decision, Marks & Spencer, which works with three Myanmar plants, said its subcontractors are only permitted to hire people over 18 years of age.
The New Look and Primark said that factory employees must be over 16 years old, and all this has been verified through periodic inspections and other actions. All of them said that they did not use the plants Modeslaver underlined. The only thing Tesco said was that it didn't allow the use of children. He added that the disclosure that teens were working long working days in their suppliers' plants in violation of global referrals and domestic regulations was "unacceptable".
The two vendors concerned have been affected by one of the actions that have led to better recruiting practices and better ID card handling," said H&M. The Myanmar Century Liaoyuan Knitted Wear and Myanmar Garment Wedge did not reply to inquiries.