(This post was originally published here in German in Deutsche Verkehrs-Zeitung DVZ on 11 June; DVZ and Premium have agreed a partnership according to which relevant corporate/supply chain content published by DVZ can be exclusively used by Premium.)

Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag, passed the Supply Chain Act last week (w/c 31 May).

The aim is to better protect human rights and the environment in the global economy – because across trade and production, fundamental human rights are regularly violated, and the environment is destroyed.

With the “Draft ...

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