Sweatshops : Sweatshops And Sweatshops

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Inexpensive clothing has been the major trend thanks to the cheap laboring in Asia. Though we take granted for inexpensive clothes, we know little about how those clothes are made. In the manufacturing process, sometimes people die in the working environments because of the companies’ neglects on maintaining buildings, providing equipment for better production and improving the working environment. Some factories use children because they can cut more wages. Manufacturing factories with low wage, long working hours and poor conditions that violate human rights are called sweatshops. Since sweatshops violate human rights, they are unethical. Knowing this fact, should companies stop laboring in developing countries? The answer is no. In short, sweatshops are necessity parts of supply chain that fulfill demands and job supplies. Nonetheless, because sweatshops play vital role on offering jobs and inexpensive fashion products, those companies should take responsibilities. Simultaneously, the local government should make strict regulations on child labor and severe working circumstances to protect the citizens and labor rights. We will examine how companies and governments can make improvements on sweatshops controversy with hypothetical analysis on two outcomes of ending and continuing sweatshops.
When we consider ending sweatshops, what would be the outcome? The workers no longer have to suffer from the degraded treatment and any mental or physical damages from the works. On

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