A new federal law could slap German companies with substantial fines if their suppliers use child labor or pollute the environment. Due diligence into fair trade has so far been voluntary in Germany but buyers may now be held accountable for the entire supply chain.
Germany is the European Union’s largest economy and in 2020 had GDP of €3.4 trillion and imported goods worth €1.03 trillion. Imports include raw materials that are sometimes produced in countries with poor human rights and environmental records.
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