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Japan Textile Industry Makes Guidelines on Human Rights

Japan Textile Industry Makes Guidelines on Human Rights

   Tokyo, July 28 (Jiji Press)--A textile industry group in Japan said Thursday it has created guidelines encouraging companies to pay more attention to human rights abuses in supply chains.
   The Japan Textile Federation's guidelines include a checklist for company executives to see what they need to pay attention to for each type of rights abuses, such as forced labor, child labor and harassment.

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