Policies and trade tools will be overhauled to fight forced labor: USTR

In a statement U.S. Trade Representative’s office said it will conduct an inter-agency review of its trade tools and policies to fight forced labor in order to determine whether there are any gaps that need filling.

The review, part of the USTR’s its first-ever focused strategy against forced labor, will seek input from labor organizations, forced labor survivors, civil society and private sector groups.

The agency said it will also work with the World Trade Organization and trading partners Mexico, Canada and the European Union to advance work aimed at ending forced labor and forced child labor.



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