USA: USWA Calls For Expansion Of Sweatshop Investigation
Goods made in China by the Huffy Corporation should be included in the General Accounting Office (GAO) investigation of US Army and Air Force Exchange service purchases from sweatshops in Nicaragua say The United Steelworkers of America (USWA). The USWA called for the investigation, which was launched earlier this week, to be expanded after it was revealed that Government services were purchasing goods from a Huffy Corporation plant in China, as well as from the Chentex facility in Nicaragua.
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