What Conflict Minerals Law Means for Supply Chain Sustainability

What Conflict Minerals Law Means for Supply Chain Sustainability

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Since the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act passed in July, 2010, procurement professionals have thought more than ever about the various metals within their supply chains, particularly if those metals may contain conflict minerals. The conflict minerals law added to the Dodd-Frank Act could have a widespread effect on supply chains in various industries from component manufacturers to retailers, but the new legislation may also impact supply chain sustainability.

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