INDONESIA: Nike promises action on worker abuse reports
By just-style.com | 14 July 2011
Sporting goods giant Nike has promised "immediate and decisive action" after reports surfaced of unfair labour practices at two Indonesian factories making footwear for the company's Converse brand.
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