A human rights charity has urged companies buying cobalt to visit mines where they source it and force suppliers to publish contract details, amid allegations of corruption and labour abuse in the Democratic Republic of Congo where it is mined.
In the Enough Project’s report, Powering Down Corruption, it calls on companies to “visit cobalt mine sites to ensure compliance” and use their “supply chain leverage” to increase contract and subcontract transparency.
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