EU carbon border plans ‘important, possibly necessary, but risky’, say experts

The European Commission’s proposal to impose a carbon border tax could boost EU industry and cut global emissions, but carries the serious risk of retaliation from the bloc’s trading partners, according to a new analysis.

by Simon Pickstone

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