A Chinese factory that produces clothing for Ivanka Trump’s fashion line has been accused of violating dozens of international labour laws by a retail industry watchdog.
Workers earned just $ 62 (£48) for nearly 60 hours a week, according to the report from the Fair Labor Association – a US based industry monitoring group.
In some parts of China this would be below the minimum wage, but the report did not say where the factory was based.   
The average manufacturing employee in urban China made almost twice as much money as the factory’s workers, or roughly 4,280 yuan (£484) a month, according to national data from 2014.
The Fair Labor Association, whose inspectors visited the factory last October, said its  80 workers  make clothes for contrac tor G-III Apparel Group, which holds the licence of manufacturing and distributing Ms Trump’s fashion items. 
The first daughter does not have a leadership role within the company and t he report …