Capital Flows, EU, Policy and Regulation

Will due diligence legislation further recalibrate supply chains?

Workers in eastern Jiangsu province produce medical supplies for export. Recent concerns in the west about an over-reliance on China for some critical materials has been a reason for companies to amend supply chains (Photo: STR/AFP via Getty Images)

Increased regulatory scrutiny of companies’ environmental and human rights records could become an additional stimulant to ‘nearshore’ and ‘friendshore’ supply chains, say experts

With the debate around the EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive in full swing ahead of an end-of-year deadline, both EU and non-EU companies will have to ...

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