USA: Smithfield moves to appeal over judge's ruling of "egregious and pervasive" labour law violations
Managers at a Smithfield Foods subsidiary, the world's largest pork processing plant, are to appeal a judge's decision that they committed "egregious and pervasive" labour law violations during the last decade. Judge John West ruled on 15 December 2000 that management action was illegal at the Tar Heel plant, which operated as
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