While the US government is targeting human trafficking, companies must take ultimate responsibility for their supply chains

A new executive order from the US president, Barack Obama, requires all US government contractors and subcontractors to ensure they do not engage directly or indirectly in forced labour. The measures mirror laws passed in California two years ago with the purpose to “provide consumers with information regarding ...

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