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8 Oct 2018

Cambodia: EU partially withdraws trade preferences over rights concerns; stakeholders respond

In February 2020, the European Commission decided to withdraw part of the tariff preferences granted to Cambodia under the European Union's Everything But Arms' (EBA) trade scheme because of serious concerns over violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms. 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre follows this story, with updates on statements made by various stakeholders in response to the recent decision.

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