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Two Chinese Factories Closed Down in Angola for Safety Violations and Mistreatment of Workers

Angolan media reported that a Chinese metals processing factory was shuttered for operating without a license and polluting the water. In a separate case, 131 local workers were rescued from a Chinese plastics factory.

The metals processing factory was allegedly not operating according to environmental standards and polluting the water, killing many fish. It was closed down on Tuesday last week.

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