Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, a tool of asymmetric consequences


In its fight to decarbonize the continent by the middle of the century, European Union plans to apply the so-called Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), a system to tax the borders of the community club products whose manufacture generates more CO2 than allowed inside.

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Author: María Moya / EUROEFE EURACTIV

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