Members of the European Parliament have written to commissioners amid fears that key measures in the legislation will be watered down.
There is a clash under way in Brussels over the future of measures to introduce sustainable corporate governance across the European Union.
This week members of the European Parliament wrote to commissioners to “insist” on the inclusion of key measures in the coming legislation they fear will be watered down. Meanwhile, campaign groups have voiced their concerns over delays. The new directive is certainly causing friction.
An EU consultation on sustainable corporate governance was launched in October last year aimed at writing new governance rules that would compel companies to address their impact on climate, the environment and so
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