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Published on Friday, 26 June 2015

Walmart refutes NGO allegations

Written by Brett Mathews

ARKANSAS - Walmart has moved defend itself against allegations of worker abuses in textile supplier factories in Cambodia, India and Indonesia. The claims appear in a report by a US worker rights NGO which is calling on Walmart to make public its list of garment supplier factories. The report, which focuses on Walmart suppliers in India, Cambodia and Indonesia, asserts that Walmart has responded to claims of labour rights abuses in its garment supplier factories with "stony silence."


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