Australia Market Roundup: Govt protests EU CBAM move, while offset issuances fall back to average levels

Published 11:15 on July 15, 2021  /  Last updated at 11:15 on July 15, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

Australian Trade Minister Dan Tehan on Thursday accused the EU of “imposing its views and its ways” on other nations through its carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) proposal, while new offset issuance levels this week declined to long-term average levels after last week’s bump.

Australian Trade Minister Dan Tehan on Thursday accused the EU of “imposing its views and its ways” on other nations through its carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) proposal, while new offset issuance levels this week declined to long-term average levels after last week’s bump.

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