Top stories this week on just-style include Fast Retailing publishing the names and locations of its core Uniqlo manufacturers, a survey of Cambodia garment factories, the top ten human rights risks to supply chains in 2017, and H&M encouraging suppliers to pay workers digitally.

Fast Retailing reveals core Uniqlo factory list
Japanese retailer Fast Retailing has published the names and locations of the 146 factories that manufacture garments for its Uniqlo casual clothing chain, in a bid to increase transparency across its supply chain.

Cambodia factory survey finds ongoing concerns
First results of a baseline survey into the benefits of an initiative intended to boost Cambodia garment factory competitiveness and working conditions suggest it has helped generate additional orders – but that excessive overtime and sexual harassment remain ongoing concerns.

Three key trends facing global economy in 2017
Political instability will be a key challenge for the global economy, businesses and consumers going into 2017, a new report suggests, with two of the biggest risks – the Trump effect and Brexit – in advanced economies.

10 human rights risks to supply chains in 2017
The US migrant clampdown, land grabs and slavery blind spots are among the top human rights risks for business in 2017, new research has revealed.

H&M encourages suppliers to pay workers digitally
Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) is to encourage its suppliers to pay workers through mobile money, or other digital forms, as part of a United Nations (UN) initiative the Swedish fashion giant has joined.