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BRUSSELS - The European Parliament has voted in favour of a proposed 'ecodesign' law which would require all products to be made to last longer and be easier to repair, upgrade and recycle.

Textiles would be among sectors which would be prioritised under the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) approved today by MEPs in a plenary session of the full parliament.

The proposed ESPR includes a ban on the destruction of unsold textile products and will now form the parliament's negotiating position in talks with European Union (EU) member governments on the final shape of the legislation.

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