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Global reach of Samsung's medieval practices revealed in new report

From South Korea to Mexico, from Vietnam to Hungary, new research reveals how the global reach of Samsung's ruthless pursuit of profits impacts the everyday lives of its workers. Last month I wrote about how Samsung workers have shed light on the working conditions throughout the multinational's supply chains. Today the International Trade Union Confederation and IndustriALL global union have released a new report, Samsung - Modern Tech Medieval Conditions.
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