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Forced labor at Lidl? Federal government improves control of supply chains

After serious allegations of forced labor were made against Lidl and other large companies, the federal government will take a closer look at inadequate supply chains in the future.

Neckarsulm – At the end of 2021, the discounter Lidl came under criticism for alleged forced labor and exploitation. The background is the business relationships that German companies maintain with the Xinjiang region in China.
The federal government is now pushing for an improvement in supply chains in order to prevent forced labor and exploitation (BW24* reports).

Since 2017, the Chinese government has used persecution and re-education against the Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities who believe in Islam. Due to the relationship between Lidl and the textile companies in Xinjiang, the discounter based in Baden-Württemberg is accused of actively supporting the policies of the Chinese regime in Xinjiang. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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