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CBAM: Parliament rapporteur seeks sweeping changes to original proposal

The European Parliament’s rapporteur on the proposed EU carbon border adjustment mechanism is insisting that only countries with “explicit carbon pricing policies” be exempt from the scheme, which is expected to start operation on 1 January next year. This is only one of a series of measures put forward that …

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Week in Brussels: Section 232 talks, EP CBAM work, Morocco fumble

Under-the-radar but important trade policy news for you in this Week in Brussels column. By Rob Francis and a little bit of extra input from Iana Dreyer. Section 232 talks with US continue as Commission eyes temporary solution Only two days before the Commission’s self-set deadline to finalise negotiations with …

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Lange: Nobody would accept a WTO that does not deliver a response to the pandemic

Iana Dreyer and Robert Francis talked to the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee Chair Bernd Lange on what’s next for transatlantic relations and for the World Trade Organisation. He also shared views on the EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism and Generalised System of Preferences. We are now several months into …

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MEPs sharpen up their positions on the EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism

In today’s first public exchange of views in the European Parliament on the European Commission’s proposed carbon border adjustment measure, MEPs raised issues related to competitiveness and jobs, the timeline for phasing out free allocation of emissions, the sectors covered by the proposal, and export rebates.