Scandal: Inside the global supply chains of 50 top companiesPhoto: Cover ITUC report

The ITUC Frontlines report 2016, Scandal: Inside the global supply chains of 50 top companies exposes a hidden workforce of 116 million people. Around 60% of global trade in the real economy is dependent on the supply chains of major corporations, which uses a business model based on exploitation and abuse of human rights in supply chains. Large electronics organisations like Apple inc. and ASM International are among these 50 companies.

Scandal: Inside the global supply chains of 50 top companiesPhoto: Cover ITUC report

The ITUC Frontlines report 2016, Scandal: Inside the global supply chains of 50 top companies exposes a hidden workforce of 116 million people. Around 60% of global trade in the real economy is dependent on the supply chains of major corporations, which uses a business model based on exploitation and abuse of human rights in supply chains. Large electronics organisations like Apple inc. and ASM International are among these 50 companies. 

The ITUC report exposes an unsustainable business model, with a global footprint that covers almost every country in the world and profiles 25 companies with headquarters in Asia, Europe, and the United States. 

Click here for the link to the full ITUC report: Inside the global supply chains of 50 top companies and the Scandal reportage on 9 cases.