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Nike's use of child labor

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Zach Mittan

on 28 February 2013

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Transcript of Nike's use of child labor

Thank you for your attention! thanks to buisnessweek.com, ww1.america.edu, and team sweat for providing my information In conclusion nike has been found as one of the largest abusers of child labor in the country of pakistan childern make and sew together soccer balls for only cents per day. And sadly they don't make enough to pay for daily living. Nike uses child labor in the making of several of its projects. In China there are teens only 16 or 17 years old working in a shoe factory. another place that was working for Wal-Mart that was able to get help and get an audit to pass inspection. In Vietnam people who make shoes only get payed $1.60 per day. this is an insufficient amount of money as the cost of three square meals a day is $2.10. NIke is possibly one of the biggest offenders of the use of child labor http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=rrs7Z8FRQeQ
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