Supply Chain Solution?

Red Flags for Forced Labor Found in China’s Car Battery Supply Chain…

The photograph on the mining conglomerate’s social media account showed 70 ethnic Uyghur workers standing at attention under the flag of the People’s Republic of China. It was March 2020 and the recruits would soon undergo training in management, etiquette and “loving the party and the country,” their new employer, the Xinjiang Nonferrous Metal Industry Group, announced.

Nothing helps the economy more (or gives as big a boost to Executive Compensation) as forcing people to work for poverty level wages.