By  on June 27, 2008

LONDON — Tesco is the latest U.K. retailer to face allegations of human rights violations at factories supplying items for its clothing lines.

Ahead of Tesco’s annual shareholder meeting today, the London-based charity War on Want and the campaign group Labor Behind the Label have alleged that workers in Bangalore, India, are being asked to work more than 60 hours a week for as little as 16 pence, or 32 cents at current exchange, an hour.

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