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Study: EU imports billions of Euros’ worth of goods associated with child labor

According to a study, China is the biggest exporter of goods made with child labor that end up in the EU. In 2019 alone, around €35 billion worth of electrical goods made with child labor were imported into the European Union, said a study commissioned by the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament. Electrical goods accounted for the highest proportion. According to the study, toys made with child labor were imported to the value of just over €1 billion.

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