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German Chancellor Calls for Europe Wide Carbon Pricing on Transport and Industry

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Guest essay by Eric Worrall As Germany and Europe reels from the economic impact of Covid-19, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has just added to the reasons for not investing in Europe, by demanding manufacturing and transport be hammered with new carbon pricing measures. Merkel says world needs to do more to combat climate change BERLIN…

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