EU set sights on ‘transatlantic green trade agenda’ with Biden presidency

The EU and US can make climate neutrality “a new global benchmark” and can “set a global template” on green trade once Joe Biden takes up the presidency next year, according to top EU officials.

by Simon Pickstone
Joe Biden, as US secretary of state, visiting Brussels in 2015. EU officials hope his presidency will strengthen transatlantic relations. Photo: Thierry Tronnel/Corbis via Getty Images
Joe Biden, as US secretary of state, visiting Brussels in 2015. EU officials hope his presidency will strengthen transatlantic relations. Photo: Thierry Tronnel/Corbis via Getty Images

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