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Understanding the EU Carbon Tax and its impact for Taiwan

French Chamber Taiwan, 14F-3, No.57 Fuxing North Road, 10595, Taipei City
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CBAM, a tariff system applied onto carbon-intensive goods imported into the EU, will significantly stir up the global supply chain. This workshop hopes to clarify the operations and impacts of the newly implemented mechanism particularly from Taiwan’s point of view.


As of 2023, 1st Oct, the EU calls for the records of emission for producing the goods, while taxes won’t be collected until 2026. The first phase targets carbon heavy industries, namely cement, steel, aluminium, fertilizers, electricity, and hydrogen.


Although CBAM is in place to ensure the fairness of carbon pricing on both sides of the EU boarder, there remains concerns such as confidentiality and when parts of the production may be incalculable.


What to Expect:

  • What is the Carbon Tax ?
  • Who should be concerned ?
  • How does it work ?
  • What to know for 2024 ?
  • How to manage the EU system and the Taiwan system starting 2026 ?


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