Gap Is Starting To Make Clothes In Myanmar, Where Workers Are Horribly Mistreated

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    Gap is proudly touting its plans to start making clothes in Myanmar. One executive even called it a “historic moment” for the beleaguered Southeast Asian country. The retail giant will be the first American apparel maker to have clothes made in the country since U.S. sanctions were lifted two years ago.

    But human rights advocates say, “Not so fast.”

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