AMSTERDAM – The Dutch Agreement on Sustainable Garments and Textiles needs to include non-Dutch companies to meet its broader objectives and achieve supply chain leverage, claims a new independent evaluation. The agreement was signed in 2016 to increase the commitment of Dutch companies to help drive social and environmental improvements in Dutch garment supply chains. A mid-term evaluation of the agreement suggests it should seek ways to engage larger, non-Dutch companies, “for example through closer alignment with the SAC.”
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