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Samsung changes migrant worker guidelines after finding abuses in its supply chain

by Futures Centre, Jan 16
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Samsung changes migrant worker guidelines after finding abuses in its supply chain

Samsung has said it has terminated the contract of one of the labor supply companies it works with in Malaysia following an investigation after media reports last month alleged serious abuses of working conditions among the contracted workers. Other labor supply companies Samsung works with remain under investigation, according to its statement today.

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