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LONDON - Progress on supply chain transparency is still too slow among 250 of the world’s biggest fashion brands, according to a new report.

Fashion Revolution's sixth annual Fashion Transparency Index - released today - ranks companies on their public disclosure of human rights and environmental policies, practices and impacts.

It reveals that 99 per cent of major companies - those with an annual turnover in excess of US$400 million - still do not disclose the number of workers in their supply chain that are paid a living wage.

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