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BRUSSELS - More than 100 companies and other bodies - including Patagonia and IKEA - have issued a joint statement urging the European Union (EU) to swiftly adopt effective mandatory human rights and environmental due diligence (HREDD) legislation.

The EU was due to unveil its proposals - which would make companies liable for human rights and environmental issues in their global supply chains - last year but this was delayed.

In the joint statement, the signatories express concern about the setbacks to the twice-delayed proposal, now expected later this month, and outline their expectations.

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