Gap deepens efforts on social and environmental issues
US apparel giant Gap Inc has set out new targets aimed at strengthening worker rights across its global supply chain - including all of its strategic branded apparel suppliers achieving a sustainability rating of green or yellow by 2020, and all self-reporting their performance in the Gap global sustainability data system within the next two years.
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