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Super funds support PRI statement on slaveryBY EMMA RAPAPORT | FRIDAY, 24 MAR 2017 11:49AM
The United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment is calling on Australian superannuation funds and fund managers to sign a statement in support of a Modern Slavery Act in Australia.
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