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Companies from Turkey

Foreign companies established in this country.

Economy, tax incentives & labor conditions

A blue-collar worker earns on average a wage of 737 euros gross per month in this country in 2008.
(L'Expansion , France , 01/10/2008 )

In Turkey, wages running in the textile industry is lower than half of the vital minimum wage.
(Labour behing the label , Royaume-Uni , 01/04/2008 , Clearing the hurdles )

The Adana Yumurtalik Free Trade Zone is tax-exempt. Your earnings and revenues as well as your operations will not be subject to corporate, income, value-added or customs tax, nor any other similar tax or duty. Moreover, there are no withholding tax on salaries, interest earnings or profit shares.
(Entreprise , 01/01/1999 )

Minimum wage noted (US$/day)
(year, wage and name of the contracting company)

2007 25 US$/day at/for Hyundai Motors Co
2005 25 US$/day at/for G-Star
2005 25 US$/day at/for Benetton Group S.p.A.
2005 25 US$/day at/for Rossignol SA
2005 25 US$/day at/for Kindy
2005 25 US$/day at/for Adidas AG
2005 25 US$/day at/for Cone Denim
2005 25 US$/day at/for VF Corp.
2005 25 US$/day at/for Reebok International Ltd.
2005 25 US$/day at/for Liz Claiborne, Inc.
2005 25 US$/day at/for Levi Strauss & Co.
2005 25 US$/day at/for Nike Inc.
2005 25 US$/day at/for Dolce & Gabbana
2005 25 US$/day at/for Courtaulds Textile plc.

Main labor right violations
(year, company name and norm number)

2008 Adidas AG 87, 98
2007 Fresenius Medical Care AG 87,98, 111
2006 DS Smith plc 87
2006 Fresenius Medical Care AG 87
2006 Inteks International Textile Industry and Export 87
1998 Benetton Group S.p.A. 138

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