Starting this year, every retail seller and manufacturer doing business in California with worldwide gross receipts that exceed $100 million must disclose with a “conspicuous and easily understood link” on its website (with a link on the homepage) its efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from its direct supply chain.
This disclosure requirement is part of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, which was enacted in 2010 and went into effect January 1, 2012. An overview of requirements for the human trafficking/slavery eradication disclosure is available to California Chamber of Commerce members at www.calchamber.com/humantrafficking.
U.S. Government Reorganization Proposal
California STEP The California State Trade and Export Promotion (California STEP) project combines a network of state, federal, private and non-profit trade promotion organizations in California to facilitate export promotion activities, serving targeted industries, to drive exports for small businesses
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