FEATURE: War and trade – How Russia’s aggression has transformed the politics of CBAM

Published 14:41 on October 7, 2022  /  Last updated at 15:15 on October 7, 2022  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Japan, South Korea, US  /  No Comments

The EU’s grand plan to establish a carbon border tax on CO2-intensive goods, once at the core of the global trade debate, is set to enter choppy waters as the bloc strives to secure critical raw materials and energy supply amid a much-shakier geopolitical landscape and enhanced dependency on the US.

The EU’s grand plan to establish a carbon border tax on CO2-intensive goods, once at the core of the global trade debate, is set to enter choppy waters as the bloc strives to secure critical raw materials and energy supply amid a much-shakier geopolitical landscape and enhanced dependency on the US.

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