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Germany's Adidas said it adhered to safe working conditions

Postby AVouss78 » Tue Jun 12, 2018 12:32 am

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nike shoes australia sale "The share of production costs of Nike and Adidas shoes that ends up in a worker's pocket is now a staggering 30 percent less than in the early 1990s (2.5 percent in 2017 for Nike shoes compared with 4 percent in 1995)," the CCC said in a statement. "The brands decided to spend their money on football players rather than on the workers stitching their shirts and shoes." Adidas and Nike, which are kitting out 22 of 32 teams at the football tournament in Russia that kicks off this week, have moved most of their sourcing to Indonesia, Cambodia and Vietnam, where wages are lower and labour abuses rife, the CCC said. In the three nations, garment workers' average salaries are 45 to 65 percent below the so-called.

adidas shoes sale australia Germany's Adidas said it adhered to safe working conditions and fair wages throughout its supply chains, and obliged suppliers to pay at least the minimum wage required by law. "The average monthly take-home wage of production workers in the facilities Adidas works with in Indonesia is currently well above the current minimum wage," an Adidas spokeswoman said. Much of Adidas' and Nike's sportswear is made in Indonesia, where 80 percent of workers in the garment sector are women and some make as little as 86 euros ($102) a month while others do not earn the legal minimum wage, according to the CCC's report. Weekly wages should be enough to meet workers' basic needs.

adidas shoes outlet australia "Brands like Nike and Adidas need to take their responsibilities seriously ... and pay suppliers a fair price," Buttle told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. "Failure to do that can often result in low pay and poor conditions," he added. Adidas growing competition for sponsorship and branding. However, while millions of people around the globe are getting ready to cheer on their favourite team during the event, a new report from éthique sur l’étiquette and Clean Clothes Campaign, ‘Foul Play’, reveal that while Nike and Adidas pay record-break amounts to footballers, they do not pay living wages to the female garment workers making their shirts.

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