Trade agreement as leverage for climate protection

Future trade agreements of the European Union will require partner countries to comply with climate protection standards and international labor standards to a greater extent than before. As the responsible EU Trade Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis announced yesterday, new agreements are to allow for violations of the Paris Climate Agreement and the standards of the International Labor Organization. In concrete terms, tariff advantages could be canceled.

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