British Steel seeking £100m government loan to pay EU carbon emissions bill

Michael Holder
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Steel production is a major source of emissions
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Steel production is a major source of emissions

Firm hit by EU's decision to suspend UK companies from accessing CO2 credits under emissions trading system until Brexit deal is ratified

British Steel is in talks to secure a £100m loan from the UK government to pay its upcoming EU carbon emissions bill, having been barred from securing CO2 allowances under the EU-wide emissions trading...

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