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Tell Nike to meet Worker Demands Now!! [Thailand]

Author: United Students Against Sweatshops, Published on: 7 February 2005

On 29 October 2004, three executives of a recently formed union at MSP Sportswear in Thailand (one of NIKE's suppliers) were dismissed. Since then, the remaining nine [union] executives in the plant have been subjected to constant harassment and have been prevented from carrying out their union activities...It is our understanding that Nike is waiting for the results of an investigation from the Welfare and Labour protection department in order to determine whether it will call for workers to be reinstated. We find this course of action to be unnecessary... [also refers to Décathlon]

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Related companies: Décathlon Nike