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Andrea Shalal and David Lauder
COLLEGE PARK, MD (Reuters) – US and EU On Monday it said it had made progress in addressing EU concerns about a U.S. climate law that would cut electric cars in the EU from U.S. tax credits, but failed to resolve the matter.
“We acknowledge the EU’s concerns and stress our commitment to addressing them constructively,” the statement said, noting the progress made by the EU as Working Group established for the dispute.
Dombrovskis told Germany ahead of the meeting Voice of Broadcasting, the new law in the United States has the potential to undermine the progress yea has made to repair the old transatlantic forum for trade relations between the United States and the United States
The law has also drawn criticism from South Korean officials.