EU proposes economic security and critical materials strategy

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The European Commission says that increasing EU economic security ‘will require diversifying sources of supply and export markets’ (Photo: Yves Herman/Reuters)

The EU commission’s proposal includes carrying out risk assessments on the resilience of supply chains aimed at minimising risks to certain technologies and products in the bloc.

The European Commission has published a proposal for a European economic security strategy, which it says is aimed at minimising risks ...

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