Growing concern is unanimous within the various governing bodies of international trade and human rights as to the use of child workers in many newly emerging economies labour societies. Predominantly, it could be said that child labour in many countries is attributable to social-economic conditions of the environment in which it is in existence. By this acknowledgement, this report seeks to identify the underlying reasons why child labour is prevalent in the Indian
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stakeholders to pursue profits (which is also in accordance with the OECD). Therefore, the two different viewpoints to the scenario are represented within this report, and delivers conclusive, supported derivations from each view.
Lastly, the use of child labour was apparent in India before multinational corporations began conducting themselves into the equation. Unfortunately, the removal of the multinational corporation from India will not change that fact. There will still be child labour in the country.