EU expects 'substantial advances' in trade talks with Australia after Albanese climate pledge

By Sarah Basford Canales
May 26 2022 - 7:30am
Gabriele Visentin, EU special envoy for the Indo-Pacific, in Canberra. Picture: Karleen Minney

Australia looks set to avoid being slapped with European carbon tariffs on key export industries in the coming decade, following the election of a new government promising more ambitious climate targets.

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