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9 February 2006

Child labor is still present throughout the Brazilian economy

Author: Ivan Richard, Agência Brasil

Child labor continues to pervade supply chains throughout the Brazilian economy...Social Observatory magazine...contains accusations against large multinational organizations that buy products from suppliers who exploit child labor in talc mines...

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1 January 2006
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Author: Instituto Observatório Social [Brasil]

Com cinco anos as crianças começam a carregar pedras e respirar poeira letal nas minas de talco que operam clandestinamente em Ouro Preto (MG). Multinacionais compram o produto. O Observatório Social apurou que Basf, Faber-Castell e ICI Paints são as...

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1 January 2006
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1 January 2006
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Author: Instituto Observatório Social [Brasil]

O Observatório Social apurou que Basf, Faber-Castell e ICI Paints são as principais compradoras do produto, extraído de forma ilegal e mediante exploração de trabalho infantil. [refere também as OPPS, Tintas Coral, Minas Talco / Minas Serpentinito]

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