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Editor’s note: the EU CSDDD saga rumbles on

European Council's Europa building, left
The European Council’s Europa building, left, in Brussels. Germany and other countries including Sweden, the Czech Republic and Estonia have voiced their unhappiness with the proposed CSDDD (Photo: Olivier Hoslet /EPA-EFE)

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“It ain’t over ‘til it’s over,” crooned Lenny Kravitz back in 1991. I am not sure whether the American singer has been linked to EU legislation before, but the song popped into my head this morning as I ...

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