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UNIQLO’s billionaire CEO Tadashi Yanai is the richest man in Japan yet his factory workers are paid a pittance, face dreadful conditions and are blocked when they try to improve them. Support the Chinese garment workers in UNIQLO factories in their struggle for better working conditions, a living wage and for UNIQLO to disclose its factory lists. 

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