February 7, 2014 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.
EU Gets Ready for Conflict Minerals
February 07, 2014｜Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.
Karel De Gucht, the EU trade chief, will propose to the EU Commission in March a voluntary scheme to reduce the import of minerals from conflict zones in Africa. Like the US regulation, the proposal will likely limit gold, tungsten, tantalum and tin, but the list of minerals may grow.
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