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Tired of deals like the one proposed with Foxconn? There is a better way

Marjorie Kelly writes for Wisconsin Sentinel about how to create good local jobs in places like Wisconsin through worker coops. 

Also troublesome is the abysmal labor record of Foxconn, exemplified by scores of workers committing suicide on their brutal iPhone assembly lines in China. Foxconn also has failed to deliver on similar deals in India, Vietnam and Pennsylvania. It’s worth asking, who really benefits from this use of state tax dollars? It’s not the residents of the state, but instead the absentee owners of this Taiwanese company.

Read more at the Sentinal website 

Publication date: 2017-07-31
Parent publication: Journal Sentinel
Publication URL: Kelly: Tired of deals like the one proposed with Foxconn? There is a better way

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