Samsung Stops Business With China Supplier

Samsung Stops Business With China Supplier

   Company Samsung Electronics Co said it has suspended business with suppliers from China, which allegedly using children. "We found evidence of child labor and illegal recruitment in Dongguan Shinyang Electronics," the statement official blog Samsung, which was launched Associateed Press, Monday, July 14, 2014.

In its official blog, the South Korean company is also a smart mobile phone manufacturers in the world's largest call that they found some evidence of the possibility of alleged child labor.

Labor activist group China Labor Watch report, children under the age of 18 years working in Dongguan Shinyang within three to six months to reach the target production when demand is high.

Information about the report found 15 violations of labor during the investigation. In addition to the use of children, rather than a Chinese factory, which will also conduct safety training, do not give overtime pay, and social security for contract workers. Shinyang factory, which is one of the main suppliers of mobile phones for Samsung, almost 40 percent of the total 1,400 employees are contract workers.

Reports of China Labor Watch, that soon after Samsung said not find hundreds of child labor at the supplier in China. But after that, the direct examination Samsung, Chinese suppliers to prove report.

Samsung says Chinese authorities investigating the case and, if the results of the investigation to really find any child labor, Samsung stops business with Dongguan Shinyang constantly.

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