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Cerrado Manifesto - an important step towards sustainability

A further milestone to halt deforestation in the Cerrado Manifesto Statement of Support

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Bon Appétit: “Should customers always get what they want?”

METRO event on Responsible Supply Chains in Brussels 22/01/2018

On 22nd January, METRO’s EU Affairs Team hosted a lunch discussion in “Senza Parole” in Brussels, one of our MCC Belgium customers.

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METRO's Commitment to the Circular Economy

Position Paper to Circular Economy / Plastics Strategy

With today's Plastics Strategy the European Commission takes another step along the road started in December 2015 with the publication of the Communication "Closing the loop - an EU Action Plan for a Circular Economy". Within this context, METRO AG wants to reiterate its commitment to the objectives set out in the action plan, that is, the "transition to a more circular economy, where the value of products, materials and resources is maintained in the economy for as long as possible, and the generation of waste minimised".

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Acting for tomorrow around the world: Digitisation and sustainability

Focal Point / Trade Letter

When in Rome, do as the Romans do –what’s applicable to tourists is equally applicable to an international company like METRO. Being active in 35 countries, METRO faces an array of challenges that call for individual answers.

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Acting for tomorrow around the world: Entrepreneurship

Focal Point / Trade Letter

When in Rome, do as the Romans do –what’s applicable to tourists is equally applicable to an international company like METRO. Being active in 35 countries, METRO faces an array of challenges that call for individual answers.

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"There is so far no proof whatsoever that unfair trading practices constitute a widespread problem across national borders"

HDE and five German CEOs appealing to EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan

On December 12, 2017 the president of the German Trade association HDE and the CEOs of five retailers and wholesaler in Germany EDEKA, Kaufland, LIDL, METRO AG, REWE Group wrote a joint letter to EU Commissioner Phil Hogan, emphasizing that neither regulation acting only at producer level nor regulation of business relations between all stages of the supply chain would improve the position of farmers.

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