Profits from Tears: Labor Trafficking by an Electronics Giant
VC và tư bản cấu kết buôn người Việt Nam và bóc lột người Việt Nam. This video documents an interview with two of the 15 workers, all women, recruited from Vietnam to work at Sony plants in Malaysia. Constantly facing hunger, they have been forced to work for the past six months with little or no pay. Parties involved: Sony as employer, JR Holdings as Malaysian broker, and four Vietnamese labor export companies. Coalition to Abolish Modern-day Slavery in Asia (CAMSA) has launched a public campaign to get Sony to accept its responsibility towards these workers.
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