China, EU, Policy and Regulation

China calls for WTO discussion on ‘certain environmental measures’

Container ships in port
China has voiced its concerns over the EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism. (Photo: Mrzphotoproducer/Envato)

The Chinese government has asked the EU to explain the implications of its carbon border adjustment mechanism amid ongoing trade tensions between Europe and the Asian superpower.

China put forward a proposal for “dedicated multilateral discussions on the trade aspects and implications of certain environmental measures” during the World Trade ...

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