EU carbon tax plan is an early test for post-Brexit trade talks

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The UK must navigate the EU's proposed carbon border tax whilst seeking new trade deals around the world, writes Ed Birkett

After Boris Johnson's thumping election victory last week, Brexit is a step closer to being done. All eyes now turn to the EU-UK trade talks, which the UK government hopes to complete in record time. Conventional...

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