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Samsung denies allegations that another Chinese supplier employed underage workers

28/08/2014

Samsung is again under-pressure over underage workers employed by its manufacturing partners in China. Barely a month after China (...)
Samsung is again under-pressure over underage workers employed by its manufacturing partners in China. Barely a month after China Labor Watch uncovered underage workers at Shinyang Electronics, the same organization says that another supplier – HEG Electronics — has employed workers as young as 14 at its factories. HEG Electronics, which is based in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, and also works with Lenovo, counted more than 10 workers aged under 16 on its roster, according to a CLW report from earlier this summer. Samsung has denied the claims. In a statement provided to TNW, the Korean company explained that it was told of the findings... This story continues at The Next Web The post Samsung denies allegations that another Chinese supplier employed underage workers appeared first on The Next Web. Samsung is again under-pressure over underage workers employed by its manufacturing partners in China. Barely a month after China Labor Watch uncovered underage workers at Shinyang Electronics, the same organization says that another supplier – HEG Electronics — has employed workers as young as 14 at its factories. HEG Electronics, which is based in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, and also works with Lenovo, counted more than 10 workers aged under 16 on its roster, according to a CLW report from earlier this summer. Samsung has denied the claims. In a statement provided to TNW, the Korean company explained that it was told of the findings... This story continues at The Next Web The post Samsung denies allegations that another Chinese supplier employed underage workers appeared first on The Next Web.
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