Wal-Mart in China: Rolling Back Labor Rights

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Report on the conditions at the Winbo factory, a supplier for Wal-Mart and other brands in China. It concludes that the labor conditions are unacceptable and calls on Wal-Mart to bring them in compliance with Chinese labor law, enforce its code of conduct, allow for independent grassroots monitoring of its factories, and source goods from unionized workers.
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2006-10-25
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Business; Catherwood; Conditions; Corporation; China; Cornell; Economic; Factory; Free; Fund; Global; Globalisation; Globalization; Human; ILR; Industrial; International; Labor; Labour; Legislation; Library; Organisation; Organization; Portal; Relations; Rights; School; Sweatshop; Trade; University; Wal-Mart; Winbo; Work; Workers; Workplace
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