Towards a WTO-compatible EU carbon border adjustment mechanism

On 4 and 5 February ENVI adopted its own-initiative report entitled 'Towards a WTO-compatible EU carbon border adjustment mechanism', which addresses the creation of a carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) as proposed by the European Commission in its Communication on the European Green Deal. 

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