Footballs Made in India Recalled in Australia

October 2012
News India Times;10/05/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 40, p24
The article informs that around half a million footballs were recalled in Australia after reports of their having been stitched by child labor in India were confirmed by the Australian news agency Australian Associated Press P/L.


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