Due diligence: Parliament ready for negotiations

In the end, the vote was clear: By 366 votes to 225 with 38 abstentions, the EU Parliament adopted the report on the Due Diligence Act yesterday morning. With this, it wants to legally oblige companies to identify and prevent, end or mitigate negative impacts of their activities on human rights and the environment.

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