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June 7, 2023

India’s high-emitting sectors fear EU CBAM will prove protectionist

A worker at the finishing line of an Indian steel tube plant. Steel is among other so-called hard-to-abate industries lobbying the government over the EU CBAM. (Photo: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)
A worker at the finishing line of an Indian steel tube plant. Steel is among other so-called hard-to-abate industries lobbying the government over the EU CBAM. (Photo: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)

The Indian government continues to engage with the EU about the bloc’s carbon border adjustment mechanism. Indian exporters who believe the EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism acts as a trade protectionist policy are lobbying their government to advocate their concerns. The country’s so-called hard-to-abate sectors – where emissions are difficult...

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