EU Commission criticizes EV passage in US climate package

The EU Commission has criticized parts of US President Joe Biden’s proposed legislation on climate protection and social issues. Specifically, a passage that would provide tax benefits for buyers of EVs only if a certain percentage of battery parts originate from the United States. “The European Union is deeply concerned by this new, potential, trans-Atlantic trade barrier,” an EU Commission spokeswoman said on Thursday in Brussels.

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