Policy and Regulation, US

Is the US debt ceiling stand-off compromising Biden's green agenda?

Republican US House speaker Kevin McCarthy, left, with US president Joe Biden, at a meeting in the White House in Washington DC to discuss raising the debt ceiling. (Photo: Yuri Gripas/Abaca/Bloomberg)

As US president Joe Biden’s administration tussles to get agreement from the Republicans over raising the debt ceiling, some fear the price could be a trimming back of his climate ambitions. The US administration is still hoping to strike a deal with its Republican opposition on raising the national debt ...

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