Brazil's fashion brands score poorly in first supply chain slavery index

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reuters | mi apparelThe 20 biggest fashion retailers in Brazil - where slave labour is a major problem - scored poorly on an index assessing their social and environmental practices, with almost half failing to disclose any information, UK-based campaigners said on Thursday.

Brazilian retailers scored an average of 17 percent in Fashion Revolution’s first survey of the textile industry in Latin America’s biggest economy, with German clothing retailer C&A winning top place with 53 percent.
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