Starbucks pays workers thirty cents per hour, called ruthless
STARBUCKS STAFF ON 30c AN HOUR; Tax Row Chain Pays 'Poverty Wages' in India; EXCLUSIVE
Newspaper article from Sunday Mirror (London, England)
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Byline: NICK OWENS and GETHIN CHAMBERLAIN in Mumbai email@example.com
TAX row coffee chain Starbucks is paying workers just 30c an hour at its newlyopened stores in India. The pittance falls far below the country's official living wage and means some staff earn less in a day than the price of the cheapest cup of Starbucks coffee in Ireland.
Details of the wages emerged as the world's biggest coffee chain, worth [euro]31.25billion, attempts to gain a foothold in the sub-continent by opening its first three outlets in Mumbai.
Just weeks ago it was revealed that the company, which prides itself on being "ethical", paid no tax in Britain for the past three years.
Our findings have outraged campaigners, who accuse Starbucks of "ruthless