By  on May 13, 2009

GENEVA — Widespread abuse and forced labor practices, including the textile and apparel sector, is costing millions of exploited workers worldwide $20 billion in lost earnings, according to a report by the International Labor Organization.

The report released Tuesday, titled “The Cost of Coercion,” said there are growing allegations that forced labor is penetrating the supply chain of major mainstream industries from their outsourced operations.

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