Finacial Times points us to WTO thinking on trade issues and cap and trade agreements. (log in required)
Countries implementing cap-and-trade systems for greenhouse gases may be able to use border taxes to protect domestic industries, after the World Trade Organisation gave a cautious nod to such measures.
In a report to be published on Friday, written jointly with the United Nations Environment Programme, the WTO said it was possible to implement border measures for environmental reasons under its rules.
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