CBAM poses ‘indirect risk of carbon leakage’, researchers warn

The EU’s planned carbon border tax could lead to an influx of imported goods produced with more polluting primary materials, while industries directly covered by the levy are set to benefit from boosted domestic demand, a report from Finland suggests.

by Christian Ernhede

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