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California Companies Struggle To Combat Trafficking

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Are big companies complying with California’s Supply Chains Act?…

The report of a study that looked at the degree of company disclosure regarding compliance with California’s Transparency in Supply Chains Act was published Monday.  It indicates that big corporations in California are meeting the laws that address slavery globally. Chris Bayer with Development International, co-authored the report and said, “Our study shows that many companies are going at this law with an attack-is-the-best-defense mentality, and their disclosures clearly demonstrate not only compliance command but also good faith effort. Others, judging from their compliance score, still have some work to do in order to live up to the letter of the law,” said , principal investigator at Development International, a Germany nonprofit, who co-authored the report.

 

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