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The UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand say other governments could do more to tackle modern slavery in global supply chains. “By working together, the UK and its partners can use their $600 billion of purchasing power as a lever to prevent forced labour in both the public and private sector,” the UK government said in a statement. The five countries also said the government should “provide tools and incentives to the private sector to encourage meaningful action and public reporting of their efforts, including through programmes policies or legislation”. Read more on what they propose on

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