Licensed products for the 2008 Beijing Olympics such as caps and backpacks are being produced in Chinese factories that use child labor and force employees to work long hours at less than the minimum wage, according to a report released Sunday. It was compiled by PlayFair 2008, an alliance of global trade unions and labor groups, and is likely to prove a severe embarrassment to the Chinese government, AP reported. "It brings shame on the whole Olympics movement that such severe violations of international labor standards are taking place in Olympic-licensed factories," said Guy Ryder, general secretary of the Brussels-based International Trade Union Confederation, a PlayFair campaign member. The Beijing Olympic organizing committee declined to comment. The International Olympic Committee said it doesn't have direct control over all products carrying the Olympic logo but has set out labor standards that it expects all host cities and manufacturers to follow.