Policy and Regulation

Regulatory round-up

EU finance ministers have agreed a unified position on a proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism that will introduce a levy on imports of carbon-intensive products, such as steel, aluminium, fertiliser and cement. A draft regulation establishing CBAM was released this week. It is the world’s first ...

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