Hundreds of garment workers stand to lose their jobs as the political crisis in Fiji continues. A backlog of work due to non-attendance during the height of the most recent attempted coup has led to a lack of orders and confidence from overseas buyers. And according to recent reports, factories are now at risk of closing down or reducing the number of staff as overseas customers cancel existing business.

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