EU’s carbon border levy to affect closest neighbours more than global players, experts say

Published 17:51 on July 22, 2021  /  Last updated at 12:01 on September 1, 2021  /  Africa, Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, China, EMEA, EU ETS, International, South Korea, Switzerland  /  No Comments

The EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism will likely affect its closest neighbours much more than global trade partners, experts believe, despite an increasing number of countries across the globe expressing concerns over the 27-nation bloc’s plans.

The EU’s proposed carbon border adjustment mechanism will likely affect its closest neighbours much more than global trade partners, experts believe, despite an increasing number of countries across the globe expressing concerns over the 27-nation bloc’s plans.

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