Concern over weakening of draft CSR directive

Changes proposed by the EU presidency would weaken a requirement to disclose information on non-financial matters, warns an NGO

Changes to a draft directive on corporate social responsibility (CSR) proposed by the Lithuanian presidency of the EU would weaken a requirement to disclose information on non-financial matters, an NGO has warned.

The draft directive tabled by the European Commission in April requires large companies with more than 500 employees and a net turnover of €40m to publish information on environmental, social and human rights matters.

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