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BERLIN — Multi-national German companies will be required to monitor their supply chains more strictly from this month as the country’s new Supply Chain Due Diligence Act comes into force. Global fashion retailers which are headquartered in Germany and which have more than 3,000 employees will be covered by the new regulations, which make businesses accountable for social and environmental transgressions in their supply chains.

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