Protestors face off against riot police as civil unrest ensues © SAI AUNG MAIN/AFP via Getty Images
Protestors face off against riot police as civil unrest ensues © SAI AUNG MAIN/AFP via Getty Images

Myanmar coup will be 'disastrous' for garment sector

10 February 2021

Myanmar’s garment industry will become a “major loser” from the military coup, according to Verisk Maplecroft.

Fallout from the coup will "prove disastrous" for garment workers as brands are likely to gradually withdraw from the country due to responsible sourcing policies.

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