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Business first, human rights second?

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The International Human Rights Day offers a new opportunity to take stock of the progress made by the EU on protecting and promoting human rights for all. Unfortunately, when it comes to improving corporate accountability, its record is far from satisfying. While multiplying commitments and declarations, the EU’s policy on business and human rights is marred by a clear gap between its public ambitions and the measures it adopted.

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