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A blue-collar worker earns on average a wage of 222 euros gross per month in this country in 2008.
(L'Expansion , France , 01/10/2008 )

The police have a long history of intervening in workers? demonstrations and strikes at the behest of employers. Violence is not unusual. Labour activist, Dita Sari, says they are often supported by militias or thugs who are hired by the employers.
(ITUC-CSI , Suisse , 01/12/2007 , Annual Survey of violations of trade union rights )

Frequently, when workers try to set up trade unions, companies either terminate their employment or demote union leaders and members, making workers afraid to organise or join a union. Some unions claim that strike leaders were singled out for lay-offs when companies downsized their workforce. Trade unionists also cite a number of attacks on their organisers by paramilitary groups, supported by the military and police and paid for by employers, to intimidate workers or break strikes. Such retribution against unionists has not been prevented or remedied effectively.
(ITUC-CSI , Suisse , 01/12/2007 , Annual Survey of violations of trade union rights )

Despite the fact that the labour laws still apply in the country?s seven Export processing zones, there is generally stronger anti-union sentiment in the zones. Muhammad Lufti, the Chairman of the government?s Investment Coordinating Board of the Export processing zones, publicly stated "potential investors are very concerned about the union issue, and the huge cost of paying compensation to dismissed workers. We are now exploring the possibility of relaxing the implementation of the labour legislation in the SEZs."
(ITUC-CSI , Suisse , 01/12/2007 , Annual Survey of violations of trade union rights )

In order to reduce labour costs and eliminating unions, companies typically declare bankruptcy in order to avoid paying the significant severance payments provided for under law, close the factory for several days, and then rehire workers as contract labour at a lower cost. Leaders and activists in the union are usually not re-hired. Employers have done so with the apparent approval of both Provincial and Central Committees for the Settlement of Labour Disputes.
(ITUC-CSI , Suisse , 01/12/2007 , Annual Survey of violations of trade union rights )

Minimum wage noted (US$/day)
(year, wage and name of the contracting company)

2005 2 US$/day at/for The Gap Inc.
2005 2 US$/day at/for Nike Inc.
2005 2 US$/day at/for VF Corp.
2005 2 US$/day at/for Converse Inc.
2005 2 US$/day at/for Adidas AG
2005 2 US$/day at/for Arcandor ex-KarstadtQuelle AG
2005 2 US$/day at/for C&A
2005 2 US$/day at/for Nike Inc.
1999 0.85 US$/day at/for Otto Versand Gmbh
1999 0.93 US$/day at/for Arcandor ex-KarstadtQuelle AG
1999 0.84 US$/day at/for C&A
1999 0.84 US$/day at/for Adidas AG
1994 0.58 US$/day at/for Nike Inc.
1992 0.8 US$/day at/for Nike Inc.

Main violations of the human rights and dirty money laundering
(year and company name)

2000 Exxon Mobil Corp.
2000 Exxon Mobil Corp.
1998 Exxon Mobil Corp.

Main labor right violations
(year, company name and norm number)

2008 Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. 87, 98, 100
2008 Tommy Hilfiger, Inc. 87, 98, 100
2006 Adidas AG 87,98
2006 Cipta Mebelindo Lestari PT 87
2006 Coca Cola Co. 87, 98
2006 Converse Inc. 87,98
2006 DKSH Diethelm Keller Group 87
2006 Fila Holding SpA 87,98
2006 Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. 87
2006 Group 4 Securicor plc 87,98
2006 Kertas Nusantara 87
2006 Le Coq Sportif Holding SA 87,98
2006 Lotto Sport Italia Spa 87,98
2006 Mitsui & Co. 87,98
2006 Musim Mas 87
2006 Panarub PT 87
2006 Sanyo Electric Co. 87
2006 VF Corp. 87,98
2004 Nike Inc. 87, 98
2002 Nike Inc. 111
2002 PPR (Pinault-Printemps-La Redoute) 29, 105, 138
1999 Adidas AG 1
1999 Adidas AG 100, 111
1999 Adidas AG 26, 131
1999 Adidas AG 29, 105
1999 Adidas AG 87, 98
1999 Arcandor ex-KarstadtQuelle AG 1
1999 Arcandor ex-KarstadtQuelle AG 100, 111
1999 Arcandor ex-KarstadtQuelle AG 26, 131
1999 Arcandor ex-KarstadtQuelle AG 29, 105
1999 Arcandor ex-KarstadtQuelle AG 87, 98
1999 C&A 1
1999 C&A 100, 111
1999 C&A 26, 131
1999 C&A 29, 105
1999 C&A 87, 98
1999 Otto Versand Gmbh 1
1999 Otto Versand Gmbh 100, 111
1999 Otto Versand Gmbh 26, 131
1999 Otto Versand Gmbh 29, 105
1999 Otto Versand Gmbh 87, 98
1998 Adidas AG 26, 29, 87, 98, 105
1998 Bayer AG 138
1997 Nike Inc. 1
1997 The Gap Inc. 87 98
1992 Nike Inc. 87,98

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