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4 ways to improve trade rules and support climate action

Eliminating tariffs on clean energy products would go a long way to supporting climate action. Image: REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

Jeroen Ouwehand

Global Senior Partner, Clifford Chance

Matthew Layton

Global Managing Partner, Clifford Chance

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