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The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism: Impact and outlook for developing countries

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February 2022
Imane Lahrich et Rim Berahab

As part of the lengthy fight against climate change, the European Union has unveiled its Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism proposal in 2020, among its "Fit for 55" package. What are the concerns of the EU's partner countries, in particular developing countries, about this mechanism? And how did they react to the announcement of this mechanism?
This Podcast is produced in the framework of Jean Monnet Network on Atlantic Studies 2.0 with the support of the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union.

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