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Top Glove denies exploiting workers, Kula says probe ongoing

Hafiz Yatim

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Modified 10 Dec 2018, 12:08 pm

Glove manufacturer Top Glove Corporation Bhd has denied allegations of its migrant workers facing forced labour conditions, as reported in Britain's The Guardian.

Top Glove chairperson Lim Wee Chai admitted, however, that some workers could have worked beyond the stipulated 104-hour limit for overtime, a practice that the company vowed to put a stop to.

Lim could not provide accurate figures of workers who had done so, however...

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