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From chip disputes to the EU's carbon border tax: 6 things to know about international trade this month

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The shift to a greener economy is expected to alter the balance of global trade in 2023. Image: Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay

Jeet Kar
Specialist, Sustainable Trade, World Economic Forum
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