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The Yuwei Plastics and Hardware Product Company Ltd. in Dongguan, China, manufacture and exports auto parts to Ford. The Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights reported that Yuwei workers earn 80¢ an hour, work 14-hour shifts seven days a week, and are docked three days’ wages if they miss one day’s work. Managers’ instructions to turn off safety mechanisms to increase workers’ speed have resulted in serious injuries. Managers and workers stated that Ford accounts for approximately four-fifths of Yuwei’s total production. Should American corporations be held responsible for their global suppliers’ oppressive working conditions? Explain.66


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