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15 Jun 2018

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KnowTheChain

KnowTheChain: Ranking of 40 ICT companies on efforts to address forced labour in supply chains

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KnowTheChain ranked the top 40 global ICT companies—with a combined market capitalization of $4.7 trillion—on how they address forced labor in their supply chains. Intel, the leader of the benchmark, overtook both Apple and HP since 2016. The average benchmark score was 32 out of 100 possible points, with Intel scoring highest (75/100) and Largan Precision scoring lowest (0/100)... 

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