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What labour standards regarding safety, working conditions, overtime and the like should companies hold foreign factories to' those prevailing in that country or united states.

Is there like a rule that says companies have to go by the labour policies of the country where their subcontractors are or factory workers?

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  1. Some areas have diffrent rules you'll have to look it up. there is no eact answer

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