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Cute toy rabbits belie ordeal of Chinese labour camps

Author: Kelly Burke, Sydney Morning Herald, Published on: 28 December 2001

Imprisoned for her beliefs and forced to make toys for a multinational company:...stamped indelibly on her brain are the faces of 100,000 long-eared, buck-toothed toy rabbits, bearing the Nestlé brand...Ms Zeng and about 130 other prisoners were forced to begin work each day at 5.30am and continue until early the next day, seven days a week...According to Nestlé's head office, however, there is no evidence linking forced labour with Nestlé's business dealings in China.

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Related companies: Nestlé