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Malaysia plans probe of Top Glove after US forced labor finding

Medical glove maker denies worker abuse but vows to improve operations

A Top Glove factory on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur: U.S. authorities say they will seize disposable gloves made by the company after finding evidence of forced labor in their production.   © AP

KUALA LUMPUR -- The Malaysian government is vowing to conduct its own probe of Top Glove, the world's largest manufacturer of latex gloves, after U.S. authorities announced the seizure of disposable gloves made by the company after a finding of forced labor in their production.

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