Federal government announces plans to make large companies report annually on measures they are taking to ensure their supply chains are free of exploitation

Large companies operating in Australia will be forced to publicly detail every year what they are doing to combat modern slavery, under a new proposal from the federal government.

Justice minister Michael Keenan announced plans on Wednesday to impose a legal requirement for companies with a turnover larger than $100m to publicly file a modern slavery report every year.

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