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Top 200, 2021 edition: how secrecy reigns supreme

Francesco Gesualdi, Centro Nuovo Modello di Sviluppo

The 2021 edition of Top 200 is about to be published: is the dossier edited by the Centro Nuovo Modello di Sviluppo which, in addition to providing information on the world’s top 200 multinationals, offers in-depth analysis of a number of particularly important issues. Three of the pieces published in the new edition highlight how transparency is the rarest of commodities in the corporate world.

Stop that bleeding

Deborah Lucchetti[1] coordinator of the Clean Clothes Campaign

While Amazon, Alibaba and many fashion brands were grinding out online orders and turnover thanks to our clicks, millions of female textile factory workers in the countries of production were suffering staggering wage theft. The Clean Clothes Campaign calculated what happened in the first year of the pandemic in 7 key countries of global textile-clothing production: Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Pakistan

Amazon – Fighting back for Fair Logistics

Livia Spera, ETF Acting General Secretary

Seeing transport workers constantly monitored by tools of digital surveillance and control, toiling under precarious contracts, often without security, for poor pay, ETF and our affiliates have no choice but to step up action and fight back against the exploitation of workers in the logistics and e-commerce sectors