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COVID-19 wage assurance
Brand and retailers around the world responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by cancelling orders, delaying placement of
new orders, or forcing discounts on goods already produced. This way they o oaded the main risks and costs of the
crisis upon the people who are least able to pay this price, after having been paid poverty wages for years: the workers.
That is why labour rights organisations and unions in the Clean Clothes Campaign network are are urging apparel
companies to publicly assure that all workers in their supply chain will be paid during this crisis. Brand and retailers can
show their commitment to taking their responsibility towards the workers who enabled their past pro ts by publicly
committing to this wage assurance:

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