Climate policy threat looms large for Australian trade, say researchers

Published 12:05 on February 10, 2021  /  Last updated at 12:09 on February 10, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Carbon Taxes, CBAM  /  No Comments

Australian exporters risk huge additional costs and shrinking markets as the country’s main trading partners bring climate policy into trade negotiations, but it would be relatively pain free for the government to steer clear of such sanctions, according to two reports out this week.

Australian exporters risk huge additional costs and shrinking markets as the country’s main trading partners bring climate policy into trade negotiations, but it would be relatively pain free for the government to steer clear of such sanctions, according to two reports out this week.

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