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Published on Friday, 12 December 2014

Supply chain corruption risks highlighted

Written by Stacey Dove
Supply chain

Copyright: kentoh

LONDON – The “multi-dimensional challenges of governance and corruption in the garment sector in Bangladesh” contributed to vulnerabilities that led to the Rana Plaza collapse last year, which killed more than 1100 garment workers, according to a new briefing on corruption risks in global supply chains from collaborative responsible supply chain platform Sedex Global.


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