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GUANGZHOU – Despite promises to improve working conditions, employees at some of the Shein’s supplier factories in China are still working 75-hour weeks, according to a report by Swiss advocacy group Public Eye. This follows a 2021 investigation which revealed excessive overtime at six sites in Guangzhou.

The latest findings, based on interviews with 13 workers from six factories, indicate that long hours remain prevalent among Shein’s workforce. In response, Shein told the the BBC that it has made “significant progress” in bettering conditions and is actively working to address these issues.

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