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Carbon leakage: European cement industry at risk

Cembureau, 1040 Brussels, Belgium


The Boston Consulting Group has published a study highlighting the impact of the 2013-2020 EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) proposal on the European cement industry. This study, requested by Cembureau, concludes that „clinker and cement production in the EU will be seriously affected by carbon leakage‟. As a consequence, the relocation of clinker production to countries with no carbon constraints will accelerate from 2013 and will continue in the following years.

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