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9 January 2008

National Labor Committee report on conditions for production of crucifixes - company responses

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[responses by US distributor Singer Co., Chinese supplier Full Start]

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Company response
27 December 2007

Response by Singer (part of Classic Medallics): Workers in Junxingye factory making crucifixes (distributed by Singer) for religious gift shops in US work 15-hour days in poor conditions, says Natl. Labor Committee (USA).

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26 November 2007
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Author: Miguel Cruz Tejada, Diario Libre [República Dominicana]

La catedral de San Patricio, sede de la arquiodécesis católica de Nueva York...abrieron la venta de cientos de crucifijos fabricados en talleres de explotación a obreros y obreras en la China, denunció el Comité Nacional de Trabajadores...Hechos en los...

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21 November 2007

China: Workers making crucifixes for religious gift shops in US work 15-hour days in poor conditions, says Natl. Labor Committee

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Article
21 November 2007

Crucifixes Allegedly Made In Sweatshop

Author: CBS/AP

[C]rucifixes sold in religious gift shops in the U.S. are produced under "horrific" conditions in a Chinese factory with more than 15-hour workdays and inadequate food. "It's a throwback to the worst of the garment sweatshops 10, 20 years ago," said...

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