Top Glove declares no forced labour in supply chains

28 April 2021

The world’s largest rubber glove manufacturer – Malaysia’s Top Glove – has declared it has eliminated forced labour in its supply chains after controversy forced it to contract an outside investigator.

The company said it no longer had indicators of forced labour as defined by the International Labour Organization in its operations.

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