The report is the culmination of consultations undertaken by Baker & McKenzie with many of its global clients in an effort to identify the challenges they face in managing their complex supply chains. The purpose of the report is to provide valuable information on best practices in the field, along with an assessment of the many challenges multinational corporations face as they work to navigate this difficult area.

 

Managing Corporate Supply Chains: Challenges & Successes in the Fight to Combat Forced Labour and Human Trafficking - Baker & McKenzie, 2014 DOWNLOAD

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