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[DOC] AquaChile response to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre regarding article in La Nación about working conditions on salmon farms in Chile

Author: AquaChile, Published on: 4 July 2006

...we reject the statement declared by Mrs. Marisol Rosas Alvarado to La Nación newspaper (June 27th, 2006), those affirmations entice to think that in AquaChile there are time restrictions for the use of toilets or that women are obligated to work standed for eight continued hours. This would be absolutely inhuman and it's far from being part of our way to do things...

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Related companies: AquaChile