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Report finds child labor and worker rights’ violations at certified Walmart shrimp supplier [Thailand]

Author: International Labor Rights Forum & Warehouse Workers United, Published on: 6 June 2013

…The brief, titled The Walmart Effect: Child and Worker Rights Violations at Narong Seafood, documents a number of serious violations of Thai law and international human rights standards at Narong Seafood, a model shrimp processing company and longtime supplier to Walmart. Violations at Narong’s principal shrimp processing facility…include utilizing underage workers, nonpayment of wages, charging workers excessive fees for work permits, and an ineffective auditing regime…[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Narong Seafood and Walmart to respond to the allegations. Responses provided.]

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Related companies: Narong Seafood Walmart