(MENAFN) Germany's new "Supply chain duty of care act," which was applied in January, is a great chance for nations such as Türkiye, as said by the German ambassador to Ankara.
"When it comes to supply and basic products in German supply chains, Türkiye is among the most important countries," Jurgen Schulz informed Anadolu.
Consequently, this law gives many chances for even deeper cooperation between both nations, he added.
Saying that the German economy had a strong global network, he declared its firms and their international partners made a great deal of employment in other nations and increased their welfare.
"Especially since we have a very good international network, Germany obliges its companies to respect human rights in their global supply chains," he also said.
"Our aim is to improve the human rights situation in global supply chains. For example, 'Made in Germany' brand are not compatible with forced or child labor," he continued.
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