Timetable for EU supply chain law is shaky again

It is the EU Commission’s problem child: The law on corporate due diligence is to be postponed for at least another week. The Commission no longer seems convinced that it can meet the current deadline of December 8th. Internally, there is now already talk of December 14th. The regulation will “definitely come before this winter”, Didier Reynders is said to have promised representatives of the European Parliament on Monday. That leaves only December 14th and December 22nd until the Commission will take a winter break.

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