Dyson splits with Malaysia supplier, stoking concern over migrant worker treatment

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By A. Ananthalakshmi and Liz Lee JOHOR BAHRU, Malaysia(Reuters) – A short drive across the border from Dyson’s new headquarters in Singapore is the boomtown built around its business: a Malaysian industrial area dominated by its biggest supplier, ATA IMS Bhd. ATA, one of Malaysia’s top electronics manufacturing services providers, rode Dyson’s success in high-end vacuum cleaners and air purifiers, supplying parts for a company that came to account for 80% of its revenue. Ten current and former employees, and a former ATA executive, say the growth came at an unseen cost: its mostly migrant work…

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