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The Australia Modern Slavery Act came into force in 2018. It applies to Australian entities or companies carrying out business in Australia with an annual consolidated revenue of AUD 100 million ...
The German Supply Chain Act or LkSG aims to protect human rights and limit environmental harm by making it mandatory for companies in the scope noted above to conduct supply chain due diligence.
All businesses that carry out business in the UK need to provide transparency on their supply chains and prepare an annual statement on slavery and human trafficking.
To comply with the new Norwegian law, the Transparency Act, companies need to conduct due diligence assessments to ensure they respect human rights and provide decent working conditions.
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