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Published on Friday, 23 October 2015

UK clothing businesses express slavery concerns

Written by Brett Mathews

LONDON - A survey of 21 UK businesses – more than half from the clothing sector - found more than two thirds (71 per cent) feel there is is a likelihood of modern slavery occurring in their supply chains. The businesses felt the risk was particularly acute in high-risk countries and at lower stages of the supply chain, while reputational risk was identified as the biggest driver for change.


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