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Nike, which dominates nearly half of the U.S. athletic-shoe market, has come under fire in recent years for how it treats and pays overseas workers. gucci men shoes New Air Jordans cost around
$150, but many of the 500,000 laborers who make Nike shoes don't earn nearly enough to climb out of poverty, some experts say.gucci men trainers
One of Nike's most vocal critics is filmmaker Michael Moore. In his 1997 movie, "The Big One," Moore interviewed Nike chairman Phil Knight about his use of cheap labor in
Indonesia. In the movie, Moore mentioned that he had named Knight gucci men high tops among the top five big-business villains in America.
Though Nike also makes shoes in China, Vietnam and Pakistan, Moore spotlighted Indonesia because of especially low wages and Nike's alleged use of workers as young as 12. When
workers tried to organize Gucci Online Outlet unions, the shoe factories (which are run by Indonesians and work for Nike on contract) used government troops to put down strikes.
Since the film's release, Nike has stopped using child labor in Indonesia and has raised worker pay 40 percent in 1998. But Moore told KidNews Nike needs to pay its workers so
that they can afford to buy the shoes they make. "Until a few years ago, a bulk of his workers were in Indonesia," Moore said. "Now, they're inVietnam and China. He keeps
looking for the cheapest labor."
Medea Benjamin is another critic. She's the co-director of Global Exchange, a human-rights group in San Francisco. "There has been this massive consumer louis vuitton kanye west shoes movement to pressure
Nike," she said. "There have been some concessions by Nike, but there's still a long way to go."
In October, Nike announced a 25 percent minimum-wage increase for Indonesian factory workers. The monthly minimum went up from 200,000 rupiah (about $18) to 250,000 rupiah
(about $23). It was a positive step. But human-rights observers have said Nike could easily pay more. According to Benjamin, workers need at least 350,000 rupiah a month to
maintain a decent standard of living.