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Should there be a law determining how domestic companies should treat their workers in developing countries?
Every country makes its own rules. Applying one country's rules to another is colonialism.
The limited regulations of developing countries often facilitate employment and economic growth that would not occur under more stringent regulation. By enforcing the strict regulations of developed countries on these nations, they are denied crucial opportunities for growth and development.
This could be mandated by fining the company domestically thus not infringing sovereignty.
The vast majority of countries have already
the International Labour Organization's
that specify labour standards.
There could be some form of international law on workers' rights led, for example, by the UN.