'A great victory for European ideas': EU plans for carbon border tariffs move forward

James Murray
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'A great victory for European ideas': EU plans for carbon border tariffs move forward

Member states back pioneering proposals for an import levy on carbon intensive goods produced in countries with lower environmental standards

The EU could soon become the first market to introduce carbon tariffs on imports of carbon intensive goods, after member state governments yesterday signalled their backing for the proposals. EU Finance...

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