Reports: Trade Secretary to back reduced trade tariffs for 'green' goods at G7 meeting

Cecilia Keating
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Tackling carbon border leakage and green trade tariffs are set to be high on the agenda of inaugural meeting of G7 ministers, according to reports

International Trade Secretary Liz Truss is to call for global trade tariffs for 'green' goods to be slashed at a high-profile meeting of G7 trade ministers being chaired by the UK today, according to reports....

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