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EU supply chain law further delayed

Brussels to postpone the presentation of the planned EU supply chain law again. According to EU circles, the Regulatory Control Committee has once again raised objections to the project. Accordingly, the proposal could even be delayed until February or March 2022. The proposal, which was last scheduled for December 8, no longer appears on the EU Commission’s updated agenda. Sources within the authority said that work on the law was continuing at full speed. However, “quality is more important than speed“.

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