Samsung digs up controversial tin mine links

Jessica Shankleman
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Electronics giant confirms it is investigating supply chain ties to mining activity blamed for environmental degradation

Samsung has pledged to clean up its act after admitting using tin from Indonesia that has almost certainly been extracted using dangerous and environmentally damaging mining techniques. The electronics...

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