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US imposes tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles to protect domestic industry

US imposes tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles to protect domestic industry

President Joe Biden's administration has increased tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, a move supported by U.S. automakers to shield local jobs and investments from low-cost imports.

Neal E. Boudette reports for The New York Times.

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China's green tech surge sparks global trade tensions

China's green tech surge sparks global trade tensions

China's rapid expansion into renewable technology, including becoming the world's largest producer of solar cells, is raising concerns over potential unfair competition in the U.S. and Europe.

Christian Shepherd reports for The Washington Post.

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Macron criticizes the EU-Mercosur trade agreement for insufficient climate action

Macron criticizes the EU-Mercosur trade agreement for insufficient climate action

In a recent speech, French President Emmanuel Macron slammed the current EU-Mercosur trade pact negotiations, calling for a deal with robust climate and biodiversity measures.

Sarah Morland reports for Reuters.

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Oil industry's mixed feelings on Trump's potential return

In Houston, oil and gas executives express their reservations about both the current and former presidents, showcasing a complex political landscape for the fossil fuel industry.

Ben Lefebvre reports for Politico.

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The EU-Mercosur trade deal will harm Brazil's indigenous communities

Despite the change of government in Brazil, the assault on Indigenous People’s land rights continues. The reason is simple: Bolsonaro was defeated at the polls, but Bolsonarism survives as a political force.

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Shipping emissions could be halved without damaging trade, research finds

Greenhouse gas emissions from shipping could be halved by 2030 without damaging trade, new research has found, as countries prepare to meet to discuss a potential new tax on carbon produced by ships.

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Europe frets U.S. battery factory subsidies will hurt, not help

The European Union is trying to assemble the building blocks to produce electric cars, but subsidies are luring companies to the United States.
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