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China: Concerns regarding working conditions at Dongguan Zhenyang Toy factory

In December 2015, Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights published a report, “Dirty Toys Made in China” on working conditions (including excessive hours and unexpected pay deductions) at Dongguan Zhenyang Toy Factory, owned by Tai Nam Industrial. The report said that the factory supplies for international brands including Disney, Hasbro & Mattel.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies to respond to the report.

Tai Nam Industrial, Disney, Hasbro and Mattel provided responses (Mattel responded that it ceased business with the factory in 2012, and Hasbro said that while the factory had been a third-party supplier to Hasbro in the past, they have not supplied Hasbro products since 2014).  

ICTI Care also issued a response to the report based on its investigation of the factory.

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