iPoint's Conflict Minerals study for European Commission published

iPoint's Conflict Minerals study for European Commission published with EU's Conflict Minerals proposal on Conflict Minerals regulation

As part of the impact assessment process of the EU's Conflict Minerals inititative, the European Commission charged iPoint with the task of analyzing the impacts of a potential European Conflict Minerals initiative. One major part of this study presents the results of a survey conducted with users of the iPoint Conflict Minerals Platform (iPCMP). The study, which was finalized in September 2013, has been published today.
 
You can download the study here.