Globalization Monitor is a non-profit organisation based in Hong Kong. It was founded shortly before the big Seattle protest against the WTO in 1999. Its editorial board members are activists from trade unions, the green movement, regional groups and grassroots organisations. It has been the chief organization in Hong Kong to dedicate itself to promoting awareness of the negative effects of globalisation.
Apple must investigate Zhengzhou’s Foxconn factory
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