US, EU agree to intensify talks on 'green subsidies' dispute
- Dec 5, 2022 11:12 pm GMT
Although no deal was reached at a meeting of the bilateral bilateral
“We acknowledge the EU’s concerns and underline our commitment to address them constructively,” the two sides said in a joint statement after the meeting at the
“We underline the TTC’s role in achieving this and in supporting a successful and mutually supportive green transition with strong, secure, and diverse supply chains that benefit businesses, workers, and consumers on both sides of the Atlantic,” it said.
The dispute revolves around the
But European leaders have expressed alarm that the subsidies would be an enormous setback for European companies. French President
“Today, I think we advanced that discussion,” said Blinken, who co-chaired the meeting with
“Coming out of these conversations and feeding into the work of the task force, I’m convinced that we’re continuing to give momentum to that conversation and to working through the differences," he said.
Vestager agreed, saying Monday's discussion was “really helpful to show that there is a real concern.”
“To have the discussions that we have had today, to have the feedback from our
And, she said that as the
And, thus far, congressional
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