Aaron Halegua Discusses China’s Use of ‘Virtual Slaves’ in US

Former Fellow Aaron Halegua (’09) was quoted in a story on NPR’s website about the use of “virtual slave labor” in the construction of Chinese government buildings in the U.S. (“China’s Global Construction Boom Puts Spotlight on Questionable Labor Practices,” March 30). “Many Chinese companies fail to adapt their practices to comply with local laws when operating abroad,” Aaron said. “The Chinese government has policies requiring adherence to local rules, but most lack any teeth.”