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Joint voluntary
2019-2020 Australian Financial Year
Annual revenue
Industry sectors
Food and beverages, agriculture and fishing
Durable consumer goods, including electronics and appliances, home furnishings and other accessories
Cosmetics and toiletries
Fashion, textiles, apparel and luxury goods
Media, publishing, arts and entertainment
Transportation, logistics, and storage
Information technology and telecommunication
United States of America
Reporting Obligations
United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act 2015
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act 2010
French Corporate Duty of Vigilance Law 2017
Key brands and business names
Amazon, Amazon Web Services, Kindle, Alexa, Other trademarks as registered by Amazon from time to time
Date submitted