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The partial inclusion of banks and other financial companies in the CSDDD contradicts an official announcement stating they would be ‘temporarily excluded’ from the directive (Photo: Maxxyustas/Envato)

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We started the day with a scoop on EU corporate sustainability rules after an overnight provisional agreement firming up companies’ due diligence obligations throughout supply chains, and their requirements to draw up transition plans.

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