May 29, 2013

Sweatshop Heat: Cambodia workers battle brands amid string of tragedies

Police in Cambodia have used stun batons on garment workers protesting for better wages at least 23 were wounded. Around 3-thousand staff, mostly women, blocked a road outside the factory, which makes clothes for sportswear giant Nike.

For more analysis on the story Richard Wolff, economist and author of "Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism", joins RT studio.


Liefst zo weinig mogelijk bloed aan mijn kleren, aub - De Wereld Morgen

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