Technologies such as blockchain, GPS, and mobile phones are helping companies root out human rights risk in their supply chains

The world’s biggest companies have a global reach that is matched by their supply chains, which are long, complicated and very opaque, making it difficult to identify the plethora of potential human rights and environmental risks that could trip them up. In a world where the value of global...

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