Thailand

Elextrolux accused of locking up more than 100 workers at Thai factory & firing union representative - company denies claims
SvD Näringsliv (Sweden), 15 Jan 2013

Triumph dismissals in Philippines & Thailand alleged to be an attempt to get rid of unions - includes company response
Clean Clothes Campaign, 27 Jul 2009

Thailand: Sub-contractor of Samsonite reinstates workers and gives assurance it will not “interfere with trade union activities”
Intl. Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), 16 Sep 2001

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27 July 2009

'Triumph' dismissals in Asia attempt to get rid of unions [Philippines, Thailand]

Author: Clean Clothes Campaign

The German/Swiss lingerie multinational Triumph seems to use the pretext of the global economic recession to close down factories in the Philippines and Thailand…It is clear, however, that Triumph's actions are aimed at hampering the unions in their...

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16 September 2002

A victory for trade union solidarity in Thailand

Author: International Confederation of Free Trade Unions

Following a sustained global trade union campaign, the final 29 workers sacked illegally from a ‘Light House Industry’ factory in Thailand have been reinstated...the Light-House Industry (a sub-contractor of US luggage giant Samsonite) also gave...

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