East European Shoe Factories Often Pay Below Minimum Wage, Says New Report By Richard Smallteacher

22 June 2016 — Corpwatch

Shoes labeled “Made in Europe” are often assembled in poor East European countries for ‘starvation wages’ according to a new research report from the Change Your Shoes campaign. The companies whose labor practices were examined include Ara, Bata, Deichmann, Geox, Leder & Schuh AG, Lowa and Zara.

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