The Australian Government proposed a requirement, stipulating large corporations to report their actions that address modern slavery in their operations and supply chains.
In late September, FTA will hold an FTA Forum in Lyon, France, tailored specifically for French-speaking members, to discuss major developments in trade, customs and corporate social responsibility.
FTA will provide support to members and producers during tax reform roll-out. Register today for the webinar!
FTA Director General Christian Ewert travelled to Taipei to meet with stakeholders, marking a good start to future collaborations and partnerships.
With the recent news of the dismissal of factory workers in Turkey, FTA calls upon companies to adhere to their business responsibility and respect human rights.
Following the recent intensification of the debate on how EU trade policy can best contribute to sustainable development, FTA will organise a round table to discuss the topic with key stakeholders.
To meet the raising concerns of members on the labour situation in Bangladesh, FTA wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh urging the country to cooperate with international bodies.
The EU and Japan have reached a political agreement on the main elements of their free trade agreement. A long period still awaits until it is finalised and comes into force.
Following an independent 3rd party diagnostic of BSCI’s industry-leading Audit Integrity Programme, FTA is now embarking on significant enhancements to further drive up the quality of all of its auditing activities.
A new easy guide has been developed to help members prepare the statement requested in the Act.