Latest China Labor Watch Stories
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South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung is facing a lawsuit filed by Brazil over allegations of worker abuse at its largest plant in Latin America. The Brazilian Ministry of Labor alleges that the company is engaged in poor working conditions at a Brazilian-based assembly plant.
Workers-rights organization China Labor Watch has issued a new report claiming Pegatron, one of Apple’s suppliers, has been breaking labor laws.
Foxconn, the world’s largest manufacturer of electronic products, including Apple’s iPad and iPhone, has found itself in hot water once more regarding labor and hiring processes, an issue which they’ve all but become synonymous with.
Samsung will be looking into allegations made by China Labor Watch that one of its manufacturers employs underage workers at one of its factories.
NEW YORK, Feb. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Founded in 2000, China Labor Watch (CLW) is a New-York based not-for-profit organization. CLW views Chinese workers' rights as inalienable human rights and is dedicated to promoting workers' fair redistribution of wealth under globalization.
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