Day after Xinjiang link disclosed, Finnish wood pulp giant Stora Enso says it will leave viscose market

Finnish pulp and paper giant Stora Enso says it will “divest” from making the raw ingredient needed to produce wood-based viscose rayon fibre, the world’s third most common clothing material, a day after a South China Morning Post article highlighted potentially problematic links between the company and possible forced labour in Xinjiang.In a statement published on Stora Enso’s website on Monday, chief financial officer Sepp Parvi said the company was “moving away from the global soluble pulp…

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