Danish retail investors keenest to ban child labor, poll shows

The abolition of child labor is the single most important factor for Danish retail investors when selecting sustainable investment funds, according to survey. A year ago, a similar survey conducted by AMWatch showed a very different result.

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The Danish lobby organization for the financial sector, Finance Denmark, asked Danish retail investors which topics interest them to most regarding sustainable investments.

The single most important theme (45 percent) is investments that support the abolition of child labor. In second place are investments that aim to fight corruption and bribery, while third on the list is the protection of basic human rights.

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