Foreign Ministry: in terms of forced labor, the United States is a typical negative textbook

Foreign Ministry: in terms of forced labor, the United States is a typical negative textbook
Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian presided over a regular press conference, Beijing Daily reported on May 19. A reporter asked a question. Recently, the media disclosed that hundreds of workers from India were recruited to build a large Hindu temple in New Jersey. They were forced to work overtime and low pay every week. What’s China’s comment on this? Zhao Lijian said that we have also noticed relevant reports that these Indian workers are said to be forced to work more than 87 hours a week, earning only $1.20 an hour, far below the minimum wage stipulated by the laws of the United States and relevant States. However, this case is not a special case in the United States, it is just another example of the violation of labor rights in the United States. Zhao Lijian pointed out that so far, the United States has only ratified 14 international labor conventions, and only two of the eight core conventions of the ILO have been ratified by the United States. As the world’s most prosperous