AMSTERDAM – The Dutch government says it will introduce a mandatory due diligence law that would make companies responsible for environmental and human rights issues in their global supply chains. The move has significant implications for Dutch fashion brands and retailers which source from Asia.
Foreign Trade and Development minister De Bruijn said the government will develop and introduce a national law on human rights and environmental due diligence.
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