|Americas Conflict Minerals||
|Americas conflict minerals Dodd-Frank Act
With the passing of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act by US Congress, the use of conflict minerals in electronics has become an emotive and contentious issue. Find out what the future holds for products containing tin, tungsten, tantalum or gold sourced from the Democratic Republic of Congo. What reporting responsibilities do you have if you want 'conflict free' products? How will this work in practice. Look at our exclusive element14 Conflict Mineral E-book and first-to-market discussions to find out more.
|Update to EICC Template 2 years ago||by abarron|
|Conflict Minerals-an appellate court 2 years ago||by gnevison|
|FAQs supporting the EU draft proposals 2 years ago||by gnevison|
|Europe publishes "Conflict Minerals" proposals 2 years ago||by gnevison|
|Conflict Minerals - Newark letter to customers 2 years ago||by gnevison|
|Newark element14 statement on Conflict Minerals (Oct14) 2 years ago||by gnevison|
|CMRT status - Newark (31 Dec 2015) 2 months ago||by joeman|
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