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Supply chain law keeps German companies busy

More than a year before the planned supply chain law comes into force, German companies in China are already concerned. About a third (31 percent) of companies surveyed in the People’s Republic are already preparing for the implementation of the Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, according to a survey by the Chamber of Foreign Trade (AHK). 35 percent of the companies surveyed stated they have not yet taken steps to implement the law, the AHK told China.Table. An additional 34 percent did not provide any information.

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