Study suggests only limited trade impact from CBAM

A proposed ‘carbon border adjustment mechanism’ would apply to only 3.2% of imports into the EU, but would end the need for almost half of the free emissions allowances granted to European companies under the bloc’s emissions trading system, climate think-tanks argue in a new report.

by Robert Hodgson

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