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Published on Thursday, 20 April 2017

Global coalition calls for supply chain transparency

Written by John Mowbray

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LONDON – A global coalition of unions, human and labour rights advocates are calling on more apparel and footwear businesses to join 17 leading brands that have signed a new transparency pledge to reveal names and addresses of their supplier factories. The pledge commits a company to regularly publish on its website a list naming all sites that manufacture its products by December 2017. Adidas, C&A, Esprit, G-Star, H&M, Levis, Lindex, Nike, Patagonia, Asos and New Look are among the companies that have committed to the pledge.

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