The report identifies numerous potential liabilities for palm oil buyers and investors to consider when making investments in this sector to avoid facilitation and profit generation from labour abuses and failure to take action to address these issues. As transparency and accountability in the supply chain are on the rise, there is a need for vigilance in the industry and effective governance, monitoring and supervision systems at all levels of the palm oil supply chain to ensure that the rights of the workers are respected.

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