Trade Provisions in the House’s Climate Change Bill

By , September 7, 2009

On August 27, 2009, China Law & Policy interviewed Jake Caldwell, director of Policy for Agriculture, Trade & Energy at the Center for American Progress.  In this interview, Jake describes in detail the boarder adjustment provisions and other trade provisions found in the U.S. House of Representative’s American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009.  Give a listen to see if these provisions will in fact protect U.S. companies’ competitiveness or if they are overly protective.

Jake Caldwell

Jake Caldwell

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  1. [...] To answer these questions, I sat down with Jake Caldwell, director of Policy for Agriculture, Trade & Energy at the Center for American Progress. You can listen to the interview here. [...]

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