Industry lobbies MEPs ahead of green votes

A group of 50 CEOs has written an open letter urging MEPs to delay plans for a carbon border tax on industry ahead of votes on the EU Parliament’s position on several green laws next week, Reuters reports. Energy-intensive industry lobbies EUROFER, Cefic, and Cembureau and farming pressure group Copa-Cogeca also wrote to MEPs seeking delays. Auto groups lobbied against zero-emission cars and airports warned against imposing new CO2-related costs.

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