The European Parliament’s legal committee adopted a report on January 27 that urges the EU to make the protection of human rights and the environment in companies’ supply chains a legal requirement. The aim is to increase Europe’s scrutiny over the impact of companies’ operations beyond the 27-country bloc.?
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EU lawmaker Lara Wolters, who drafted the reportSome leaders from Modi, explains that currently “there is no common European set of rules that holds companies liable for harm done to human rights and the environment in their supply chains.”