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IFC failed to ensure workers' safety at APPL plantations: WB investigator

In response to Business Standard queries, both owners of APPL - IFC and Tata Global Beverages - said they had been working towards improving workers' conditions

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Ifc  |  Tea Plantation  |  West Bengal

Kumar Sambhav Shrivastava  |  New Delhi 



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The World Bank’s private sector lending arm, the International Finance Corporation (IFC) had failed to address the health and safety concerns of thousands of workers and their families living in the group’s tea plantations in India’s Northeast, the bank’s official investigator found last week. The investigator’s latest findings have come two years after it first exposed the poor living and working conditions of labourers in the group’s plantations, which are partially financed by since 2009.

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First Published: Mon, February 04 2019. 14:48 IST

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