For months, observers and companies have been waiting for the European Commission’s legislative proposal on the EU Supply Chain Law. The EU Commission planned to present a proposal on this on Wednesday. The paper is supposed to specifically describe what the EU supply chain law will look like in the opinion of the Brussels authorities. But the Commission is breaking the deadline. It cannot find common ground on key issues, such as the future scope of the text. There is a “Cold War” between the responsible directorates-general, the one for the internal market (DG Grow) and the one for justice (DG Just), according to sources.
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