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Chinese-run Indonesia Nickel Smelter Employs Chinese Workers to Break Strike

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NEWS RELEASE: Seven Xinjiang project workers killed under severe weather conditions

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trapped: the belt and road initiative and its chinese workers

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Zhengzhou Foxconn coerces employees to work on iPhone 14 production amid Covid-19 outbreak, while hiding the number of sick workers

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newsletter Special issue: Human Trafficking in Cambodia

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The Aftermath of The Belt and Road Initiative: Human Trafficking in Cambodia 一带一路的后遗症:柬埔寨的人口贩卖问题

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Dormitory at Zhuhai National Resources & Jingjie Printing Technology
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Abuse in the Printing Supply Chain: An Investigation into Two Cartridge Manufacturers

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November Newsletter 11月的通讯

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17 Years Old Intern —

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Forced Labor Whistleblower Was Sent To Prison By Amazon Supply Chain Foxconn

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Severe Labor Abuses in the Cookware Industry

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(Dispatch workers protest outside Foxconn)
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Foxconn Dispatch Workers Stage Protest Over Owed Wages and Rewards by Dispatch Companies

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Private-owned companies like Lotus in China have been hit by the global pandemic. Photo: BBC
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CLW Labor News Brief for July 2020

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Labor News May 11 – May 17

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‘Everyone is getting locked up’: As workers grow disgruntled, China strikes at labor activists

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Christmas card ‘cry for help’: in the Chinese prison at the centre of forced labour claims

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Chinese power plant workers injured in a fight with Bangladeshi work mates are treated at Sher-e-Bangla Medical College Hospital in Barisal, Bangladesh, June 19, 2019 (Photo: RFA)
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CLW Labor News Brief for June 2019

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(From Left) Liang Zicun, Li Dajun and Li Changjiang were detained by Chinese authorities Photo: Handout
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CLW Labor News Brief for May 2019

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