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Artikel

16 Mai 2012

Autor:
Laura Ceresna-Chaturvedi, Cividep-India; pub. by Suedwind and Cividep-India

[PDF] Shiny Phone - Paltry Pay: How poorly paid mobile phone workers in South India Try To Make Ends Meet

...[T]his report focuses on the living conditions of workers in the Nokia SEZ [in Sriperumbudur, South India] and examines the standard of life they can afford from the wages they receive. Nokia and its suppliers Foxconn and Wintek, all multi-national companies with operations worldwide should in principle be able to pay workers a living wage...[responses by Foxconn and Wintek below. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre also invited Nokia to respond but it declined to do so. If it does respond at a later date we will add its response here]