CBAM must include manufactured products to avoid 'carbon leakage'

The ground-breaking carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) proposed by the EU could have the unintended consequence of creating more 'carbon leakage' due to its emphasis on basic materials rather than manufactured products, according to Scope.

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