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This report is the first comprehensive account of how cobalt enters the supply chain of many of the world’s leading brands.
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Apple has been working since 2010 to remove minerals connected to its supply chain, and while it isn’t yet declaring its products totally conflict-free, the company said all of its 242 smelters and refiners of tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold are now subject to third-party audits.
(March 31, 2016)
A recent Resilinc report recommends company address issue as part of a comprehensive supply chain risk management and resiliency strategy.
(March 29, 2016)
Human rights watchdog Amnesty International has found a pretty big problem with the supply chains behind popular devices from Apple, Samsung, Sony, Microsoft, and other technology companies.
(January 24, 2016)
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