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This paper describes the results from a general equilibrium model that assesses the potential economic, energy mix and emissions impacts of different future policy options under China’s National ETS over the period 2020–2035.
Han-koo Yeo and Wendy Cutler examine how the IPEF Supply Chain pillar presents a unique opportunity for the U.S. and its partners to enhance the resilience and security of supply chain networks, especially during times of crisis.
The Asia-Pacific could add over 6% to its predicted GDP and create more than 36 million additional jobs by the 2030s by aligning its climate action with the Paris Agreement's 1.5 °C temperature goal and hitting net zero emissions by 2050.
In this paper, Philippe Le Corre addresses the rapidly deteriorating EU-China relationship against the background of the Ukraine war while highlighting the German and French ambitions to maintain strong connections to China.