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Malta: Police question Leisure Clothing director over allegations of labour exploitation

Author: Jurgen Balzan, Malta Today, Published on: 30 October 2014

Bin Han, one of the directors of Chinese owned company Leisure Clothing was taken by police under arrest for questioning, following a raid at the plant this morning, over allegations of unfair conditions of employment. MaltaToday is informed that the police arrested Han after raiding the factory in Bulebel, where around 260 Chinese workers are allegedly exploited. The ministry for consumer affairs, civil liberties and public dialogue issued a statement saying that the Department for Industrial and Employment Relations (DIER) had recently filed two separate cases in the criminal court against Leisure Clothing.

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