FEATURE: Carbon border ambitions broaden as Russian aggression uproots global trade regime

Published 16:29 on April 29, 2022  /  Last updated at 16:29 on April 29, 2022  /  Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia, Canada, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, China, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Japan, Mexico, Middle East, New Zealand, Other APAC, South & Central, South Korea, Switzerland, US  /  No Comments

Discussions on preferred trade flows have become front and centre since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with ideas on how to protect domestic production, ban imports, and increase energy independence shaking the foundation of WTO rules that would govern carbon border adjustments.

Discussions on preferred trade flows have become front and centre since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, with ideas on how to protect domestic production, ban imports, and increase energy independence shaking the foundation of WTO rules that would govern carbon border adjustments.

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