Weekly roundup: Public spending, child labor, retail market

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'Enterprises need to be vigilant to ensure that their supply chains are free from child labor or risk having their reputations ruined,' ILO says.
Discussions on fiscal discipline began to pop up after data revealed the government broke an overspending cap imposed by legislators.
She has smiled for the first time and managed to hold up two fingers following treatment in Thailand.
The retail giant unveils an ambitious plan for Vietnam, whose retail market is forecast to grow 12 percent.
248 people were hospitalized for food poisoning in the city in the first four months this year.
Animals Australia has obtained footage reportedly showing cattle being killed with sledgehammers.

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