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How Supply Chains Shelter Corporations from Responsibility

This story on cobalt miners for your phones is deeply disturbing. The Post traced this cobalt pipeline and, for the first time, showed how cobalt mined in these harsh conditions ends up in popular consumer products. It moves from small-scale Congolese mines to a single Chinese company — Congo DongFang International Mining, part of one […]
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