IN BRIEF - Korean longline operator finalist for 'Worst Company' Award
(SOUTH KOREA, 1/12/2012)
South Korean tuna longliners operator Sajo Oyang is one of the eight finalists for the 2011 Roger Award for the Worst Transnational Corporation Operating in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Sajo Oyang, a division of Sajo Industries, is a South Korean fishing company which has achieved the not inconsiderable feat of having the worst record when it comes to treatment of the poor buggers from Third World countries who have to risk their lives and health in working on these joint venture fishing boats.
Sajo is listed at the Seoul Stock exchange and has reported a turnover of USD 1.1 billion over the year 2010. It is one of the largest fishing companies of the country. It operates a large fleet of tuna longliners.
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