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SAN FRANCISCO - The fashion industry's transition to circularity could represent bad news for vulnerable garment and textile workers in the supply chains of global brands and retailers, according to a new report.

Entitled Keeping Workers in the Loop, the report from the BSR (Business for Social Responsibility) consultancy firm and the Laudes Foundation, says the circular economy offers a "compelling vision for decoupling growth from resource use, designing waste out of the system, and extending the value of products".

"However, while the environmental and commercial benefits are clear, the implications for people and society are not as well understood," it continues.

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