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Editor’s note: the increasingly long arm of EU ESG laws

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The EU’s CSDDD is generally expected to become law, in its watered-down version, with significant impacts for all companies operating in the bloc (Photo: Wirestock/Envato)

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EU ESG laws and their application to practices and companies outside Europe’s borders are causing increasingly fractious responses. Its Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism and anti-deforestation regulation have already provoked the ire of various countries. Now it is the ...

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