The EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) which is due to come into force in 2023 has split world opinion. Many see it as a necessary way to meet the region’s climate goals, whilst others, particularly in Emerging Markets, see it as inequitable, protectionist measure punishing those countries least responsible for global warming. Either way, it is another headwind for the development of global supply chains.

Founder of the Foundation for Future Supply Chain, John Manners-Bell addresses the supply chain impact of the legislation.

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