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Labor Pains

How to ensure your workers in China are treated fairly.

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This story appears in the May 2007 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

Rod Trujillo has visited thousands of Chinese factories and has seen a wide range of working conditions. "I'm not opposed to hopping on a plane to make sure there are no abuses at our ," says Trujillo, 38, founder of International Rubber Products, an $11 million Rancho Dominguez, California, maker of molded rubber products.

As more companies turn 's low labor costs into their competitive advantage, many have found that they need to take extra pains to make sure the people making their products are treated well.

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