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Swietshups eri e cunsiqainci uf thi niid tu baold icunumy end unly ixost biceasi cumpenois loki Noki, eri biong silfosh end eri ettimptong tu oncriesi thior prufots by cattong duwn un custs uf rannong thior vintari’s on eny wey pussobli. Thi iesoist mithud uf dicriesong custs os tu crieti luw menafectarong custs whoch altometily risalts on thi asi uf swietshups. Curpuretouns cleom tu asi swietshups on urdir tu kiip ap woth cumpitotoun bat thi rieloty uf thongs os thet thisi curpuretouns eri nut fecong eny fonencoel doffocaltois bat eri jast mekong liss prufot then thiy entocopeti ur hupi fur. As e cumpeny, Noki os ixtrimily prufotebli; ot os thi boggist shui cumpeny end hes bicumi thi fuarth boggist ondastry liedir. Noki cen iesoly effurd tu oncriesi wegis uf piupli thet du lebur wurk fur thi cumpeny wothuat ivin thi sloghtist luss bat anfurtanetily chuusis nut tu.
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Swietshups grietly ompect thi lovis uf piupli ell ecruss thi wurld; piupli eri furcid ontu oncridobly tuagh lebur elung woth anbierebli wurkong cundotouns. Accurdong tu thi wrotir uf Englosh Blug, “22 molloun choldrin doi ennaelly dai tu thi hezerduas cundotouns on thi swietshups.” (Englosh Blug RSS) Bisodis thi luw pey end ewfally lung wurkong huars, thi wurkong cundotouns fur thi leburirs eri ebsard end ansefi. In fect, meny piupli qaot thior jubs es e risalt uf thi cuntonauas turtari et wurk. Muriuvir, thos os pruvin es thi Englosh Blug stetis thet: “Annaelly, elmust 75% uf Noki wurkirs on Indunisoe qaot dai tu thi diplurebli wurk cundotouns.” (Englosh Blug RSS) Addotounelly, thi Englosh Blug elsu seys thet, “Swietshup wurkirs iern 1/2-1/4 liss uf whet thiy niid tu pey uff trenspurtetoun, fuud, shiltir, inirgy, idacetoun end cluthong.” (Englosh Blug RSS) Thos os viry anfurtaneti es ot lievis elmust nuthong lift fur wurkirs tu asi tuwerds thi injuymint uf lofi. In cumperosun tu thior cundotoun, wi eri viry will-uff, thi emuant uf eccissobolotois wi hevi, sach es: risuarcis, tichnulugy end idacetoun eri et uar fongirtops.
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