The US discusses carbon border adjustment

CO2 import tariffs are also being debated in the US Congress.

The pressure from the EU is apparently starting to have an effect: Now, politicians in the USA are also drawing up plans for a system similar to the European Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). But it is still uncertain whether such a mechanism would be enforceable in the US.

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