大众汽车审计新疆工厂是否存在强迫劳动现象

Volkswagen says Xinjiang plant audit finds no evidence of forced labour
大众汽车:新疆工厂经审计不存在强迫劳动

German carmaker hired consultancy and local law firm to look into factory after complaints by investors and rights groups
在股东和人权团体长期抗议之后,大众汽车聘请咨询公司和律师事务所对其位于新疆的工厂进行了审计。

Volkswagen has said that an audit of its plant in Xinjiang, the region of China at the centre of accusations of human rights abuses, has found no indications of the use of forced labour.
大众汽车(Volkswagen)表示,对其位于新疆的工厂进行的审计没有发现存在强迫劳动的迹象。新疆是关于侵犯人权的指控集中对准的地方。

The German company this summer announced it would commission an independent review of the plant, following persistent complaints from investors and human rights groups. The facility carries out quality checks for cars sold in the region and is run by VW’s Beijing-owned joint venture partner SAIC.
在股东和人权团体长期抗议之后,这家德国公司今年夏天宣布,将委托机构对其新疆工厂进行独立审查。该工厂对在新疆地区销售的汽车进行质量检验,由大众的合资伙伴、中国国有企业上汽集团(SAIC)运营。

“We could not find any indications or evidence of forced labour among the employees,” said Markus Löning, managing director and founder of the German human rights and corporate responsibility consultancy Löning, which accompanied an unnamed Shenzhen-based law firm that carried out “the actual audit execution”.
聚焦人权与企业责任问题的德国咨询公司Löning的董事总经理兼创始人马库斯•洛宁(Markus Löning)表示:“我们找不到任何员工被强迫劳动的迹象或证据。”该公司与一家未透露名称的深圳律师事务所一同进行了对该工厂的审计,后者负责“审计工作的实际执行”。

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