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Edtex: Sourcing Uncorrupt Textiles From Sub-Saharan Africa

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Sub-Saharan Africa has been named the most corrupt region in the world due to bribery, affecting textile and garment sourcing. But there remain uncorrupt fabric makers on the continent such as Edtex, who maintain ethical business practice.
Edtex: Sourcing Uncorrupt Textiles From Sub-Saharan Africa

Verisk Maplecroft – a risk analysis and forecasting company - has released its latest Corruption Risk Index – a ranking of 198 economies scored on instances of bribery and the effectiveness in which country officials are able to combat it. And Sub-Saharan Africa was identified as the region posing the highest risk to business.

Verisk Maplecroft’s annual Corruption Risk Index (CRI) for 2015 labeled some 45%, or 33 of the 73 countries screened as ‘extreme risk’. 

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