INDONESIA: Workers At Fila Producer In Pay Protests
Thousands of workers at the Indonesian producer of Fila shoes, PT Truba Raya Trading, have held a protest rally demanding they get paid the new provincial minimum wage.
Up to 3,000 angry employees joined trade union chiefs at the rally in Bogor over tax and pay issues at PT Truba, the Jakarta Post newspaper reported today.
It added that the private firm, which produces Fila footwear for export to the US, Germany, Canada and Italy, could not be reached for comment.
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