Burma’s Deputy Labour Minister Htin Aung has announced that the now defunct Master Sports footwear factory is obliged to pay severance packages and outstanding salaries to more than 700 laid-off…
About 20 former employees of the now defunct Master Sports footwear factory were injured during a standoff with police after they held an official captive at the facility on Tuesday.
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South Korean shoe manufacturer Master Sports has been ordered by a Rangoon court to compensate more than 750 factory workers who were suddenly laid off in June.
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The Burmese government plans to sue the South Korean owners of the closed Master Sports factory in Rangoon’s Hlaing Tharyar Township over unpaid compensation claims for more than 750 workers.