Sweden loses patience with Brussels wrangling over chemicals policy

Sweden’s environment minister Isabella Lövin has pinned her hopes on EU green deal czar Frans Timmermans to make sure that Brussels delivers stronger chemicals regulation in a strategy expected next week, she said in a recent interview.

by Jacob Hederos

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