Final push for the EU’s corporate due diligence law with compromises

On this episode of our daily podcast Today in the EU, we’re diving into the EU’s Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive – or CSDDD – as legislators gear up for a key vote Friday (15 March), the last push to get it over the line.

The due diligence law has faced rising opposition since the provisional agreement of a final draft in December. It has subsequently been fighting for its survival, after a last-minute change of heart from a number of member states who have feared a negative impact on businesses.

To break down the importance of this legislation and what the voting scenarios could hold, we invited Euractiv’s Economy editor Anna Brunetti into the studio.

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