But in a statement today, Samsung said it maintained a 'zero tolerance' policy on child labour and had audited all its supplier sites in China following the China Labor Watch report, News.
What does CLW stand for?
CLW stands for China Labor Watch (New York)
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- Certified Legal Video Specialist
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- Child-Led Weaning
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- Collège Louise Wegmann (French: Louise Wegmann College; Lebanon)
- Common Law Wife (legal status)
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- Compliance Log Warehouse (Hewlett-Packard)
- Construction Learning World (UK training company)
Samples in periodicals archive:
China Labor Watch, a rights group that monitors conditions in various factories in China, said that new quality demands for the iPhone 5 were not met by employees due to lack of training, resulting in several physical conflicts between workers.
By interviewing workers and going undercover as employees, New York-based China Labor Watch said yesterday it had investigated eight factories in China, six of which were Samsung-owned, the other two being suppliers to the company.
According to the New York-headquartered China Labor Watch, all of the 8,000 workers walked out unanimously in protest that their South Korean colleagues were paid twice as much as they were as bonus for 2011.
Yan Li, 27, died on Friday after working the night shift for more than a month at a Foxconn plant in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, China Labor Watch said, citing Yan's sister, and adding that he was killed by exhaustion.