BSI calls on German government to revise Supply Chain Act

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In a public statement, the German Sporting Goods Industry Association (BSI) criticizes the German government’s draft law on due diligence (we reported earlier), which has just cleared the first legislative hurdles. The bill aims to force companies to comply with human rights in their supply chain. It targets the textile, ...

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