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RIO DE JANEIRO - Major brands scored an average of just 21 per cent for the amount of sustainability information they disclose in the third edition of Brazil's Fashion Transparency Index (BFTI).

Brazil is the world's fourth largest garment producer, employing nearly 1,500 garment workers of whom three-quarters are women, and was the first country to have a national edition of the Fashion Transparency Index.

The new edition, launched during the Rio Ethical Fashion sustainability forum, reveals the degree to which 40 major brands and retailers in the Brazilian market disclose their policies, practices, and social and environmental impacts throughout the entire value chain.

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