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SEC Upholds Conflict Minerals Reporting Deadline

US Securities and Exchange (SEC) Commission Chair Mary Jo White on April 29 said that the agency will continue to implement the conflict minerals rule upheld by the US Court of Appeals. The SEC has also issued guidance on meeting the May … Continue reading

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It’s Official: US Conflict Mineral Rule

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has voted in favor (3-2) of a final conflict minerals regulation. Good as gold? Overall, the final regulation is an improvement over the proposed rule. IPC, the electronics association, says the modified rule … Continue reading

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IPC: Unconflicted about Scrap Material Disclosure

As detailed in IPC’s* March 2, 2011, comments in response to the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed rule on Conflict Minerals, IPC has a clear, unconflicted stance on conflict minerals and disclosure requirements. Recently the issue of whether scrap and … Continue reading

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Conflict Minerals, Electronics and the SEC

A letter has been circulating, collecting signatures.  The letter has been passed to mining, metals, electronics, and other industry corporate heads for signing, and it’s addressed to the U.S. Securities and  Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Shapiro. The point of the … Continue reading

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