On Tuesday, the EU published new guidelines on identifying and dealing with forced labour in supply chains. While it does not name any countries, the EU guideline includes several key points that apply specifically to China. For example, companies are required to be aware of warning signals regarding countries that indicate forced labor. The directive lists risk factors including:
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