Ethical Trade

A ripe digital trade deal for the Indo-Pacific

U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai got off to a heavy start in her new role with a wave of appeals to her counterparts around the world. It is noteworthy that in her conversations so far with Asian partners, she has raised digital trade as an area of ​​potential future cooperation. …

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The Finance Burrito Podcast: Personal Finance Unpacked

Better money management is a common goal for many Australians across the country. But between searching for articles on interest rates, watching debt-reduction videos, and downloading budgeting apps, finding an easy-to-understand source of financial knowledge can seem overwhelming. That’s why the Mozo team launched The Finance Burrito Podcast, your one …

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Say no to child labor

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], April 5 (ANI / NewsView): The eradication of child labor in all forms of employment is an important issue in the world and all major importing countries, especially the United States in particular, are sensitive to it. In the list of restricted imports of goods released on …

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Cushiedoos tonic launch in Edinburgh, ‘Buy One Get Two Trees’ offer

Scottish beverage brand Cushiedoos recently announced plans to launch a new initiative that will see them plant two trees for every case sold. Cushiedoos, an Edinburgh-based company that offers a quinine-free tonic, plans to take an active role in tackling the climate carbon crisis by launching a tree-planting initiative in …

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Say no to child labor, India’s textile industry takes proactive action

ANI | Updated: 05 Apr 2021 16:30 STI Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], April 5 (ANI / NewsView): The eradication of child labor in all forms of employment is an important issue in the world and all major importing countries, especially the United States in particular, are sensitive to it.In the list …

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Textile industry to stop child labor as importing countries act tough

The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council stressed the importance of eradicating child labor in all forms of employment throughout the value chain, mainly importing countries preparing a list of country specific restrictions for children. products that use child labor. The US government recently issued a restriction on the import of …

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EDITORIAL: Companies take the lead in ethics

Public debate over the past decades has increasingly focused on buying a better world, as people have come to expect environmentally friendly and ethically sound goods and services. Companies are under increasing pressure to improve their image, ensure the well-being of employees and fulfill their responsibilities, as labor rights and …

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April sustainable brands: EDWIN, Bobblehaus, Roopa Pemmaraju, People Tree, Monsoon

In a new monthly series, we will highlight brands that adhere to sustainable practices, methods and products. We hope this series will bring consumers closer to the brands they meet in person and online and guide them towards a sustainable lifestyle. Here is our list of brands for April. EDWIN …

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Uyghur genocide: Meghan Markle Clevr Blends coffee company involved in Xinjiang trade

Xinjiang Haiyan International Trade, based in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, supplies Clevr mixes with oat milk. The Australian Strategic Policy Institute has identified more than 20 suspected detention centers in the city, including four within a short drive of Xinjiang Haiyan’s office on Pudong Street in Xinshi District. A …

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Multinationals cautiously engage in boycott of China

A backlash in China against foreign brands that have sought to distance themselves from “forced labor” in Xinjiang cotton threatens to drag multinationals into a long diplomatic row as Beijing demands that the global garment industry reject the allegations. Online calls, backed by state media, for a boycott of Hennes …

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