Microsoft supplier in China Forces Teenagers to Work 15-hour Shifts Under Sweatshop Conditions

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The National Labor Committee is releasing an in-depth report, “China’s Youth Meet Microsoft:  KYE factory in China produces for Microsoft and other U.S. Companies.”

Over the course of a three-year investigation of the KYE factory in Dongguan, China, unprecedented photos were smuggled out of the factory, of exhausted teenagers, seen slumping over asleep on their assembly line during break time.

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Source: National Labor Committee
via CinaOggi

Topic: China Forces Teenagers to Work

 


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