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EU could suspend duty-free imports from Cambodia over human rights abuses

Everything But Arms (EBA) status eases rice and other agri-food imports

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Human and workers’ rights abuses in Cambodia have led the European Commission to launch a process that could lead to the EU ending Everything But Arms (EBA) recognition for the country, which allows tariff-free imports of agri-food products.


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