Thailand's Seafood Industry Under Scrutiny

SONGKHLA, THAILAND - FEBRUARY 2: Barrels of fish packed on ice are unloaded from a fishing boat at the port in Songkhla on February 2, 2016. Around 100 people have been arrested by authorities in a recent crackdown on abuses involvingThailand's multi-billion dollar seafood industry. The deep-rooted problem caused the huge global brand, Nestle in 2015 to admit that hat it had discovered clear evidence of slavery at sea in parts of the Thai supply chain. Thailand is the world's third largest exporter of seafood. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/ Getty Images )
SONGKHLA, THAILAND - FEBRUARY 2: Barrels of fish packed on ice are unloaded from a fishing boat at the port in Songkhla on February 2, 2016. Around 100 people have been arrested by authorities in a recent crackdown on abuses involvingThailand's multi-billion dollar seafood industry. The deep-rooted problem caused the huge global brand, Nestle in 2015 to admit that hat it had discovered clear evidence of slavery at sea in parts of the Thai supply chain. Thailand is the world's third largest exporter of seafood. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/ Getty Images )
Thailand's Seafood Industry Under Scrutiny
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