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Modern-Day Slavery and Human Trafficking: Is Business Ready to Face Up to It?

For far too long businesses have ignored the risk of forced labor in corporate supply chains -- a situation that reflects the failure not just of business, but of society at large to confront the inconvenient truth of modern day slavery. But at last we may be beginning to see a change. [refers to Volkswagen, Ford, GM, Unocal, Total, Nissan, Toyota, Whirlpool, Kohler, Ikea, Virgin Group, Fortescue Metals]

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