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Japan, South Korea and Singapore are biggest supporters of EU CBAM

In 2022, Japanese trade bodies told the European Commission that the CBAM should be compatible with WTO rules. (Photo: Akio Kon/Bloomberg)

Despite warnings that the EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism could be challenged in the World Trade Organization, many countries can see its advantages for their domestic agendas

A study into which countries support the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism has ranked Japan, South Korea and Singapore as the ...

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