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Published on Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Migration a growing supply chain risk, says report

Written by Brett Mathews

LONDON - A new report on the ten biggest human rights issues impacting businesses serves as a timely reminder of the risks facing the world's leading apparel firms and their sprawling, global supply chains. The report highlights a lack of information on labour practices within supply chains, an inadequate oversight of suppliers, and the limitations of supply chain audits as being among the most pressing reputational issues facing businesses in 2016.


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