Dénoncer l’esclavage pourrait faire gonfler les prix des produits, selon Nestlé

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“One of the world’s largest food and drink companies has warned proposed legislation requiring big business to report on their efforts to combat modern slavery could hit consumers’ hip pockets.

Companies operating in Australia with an annual turnover of $100 million or more would be required to annually report on the risks of modern slavery within their business and the actions they’ve taken to address those risks under the federal government’s draft Modern Slavery Bill 2018.”

À lire: Nestle says slavery reporting requirements could cost customers

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