INDONESIA: Nike investigates military intimidation at factory
By Petah Marian | 17 January 2013
Sportswear giant Nike is investigating claims that one of its supplier factories in Indonesia is allegedly paying military personnel to intimidate employees into working for less than the minimum wage.
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