A new report by China Labor Watch (CLW), ‘Tragedies of Globalization: The Truth Behind Electronics Sweatshops’, points at on-going labour rights violations at ten Chinese electronics factories that supply finished manufactured electronic products to multinational…
In 2009, a number of workers at United Win in Suzhou (China) suffered the effects of hexane poisoning. United Win is a subsidiary of the Taiwanese electronics company Wintek Corporation and a supplier to Apple….
In September 2010, Cividep (India) published a report raising concerns about working conditions in mobile phone manufacturing plants at the Nokia campus of the Telecom Special Economic Zone in Sriperumbudur, near Chennai, drawing on interviews…
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