Carbon Border Adjustment in 2030 for Turkish Exporters

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It can be seen that the effects of the climate change and the new trends in the global trade system have started to shape the developments in the world economy. The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, which is one of the proposed regulations of the European Union in this context, is expected to have an impact on the world trade including Turkey’s trade with the EU.

The mechanism will, at first stage, cover iron and steel, cement, fertilizer, aluminum and electricity sectors in Turkey. In the Nano Open Webinar, Attorney Şafak Herdem will provide information about how the mechanism will impact Turkeyincluding the recent sanctions as one of the major suppliers of the EU.

The Nano Open Webinar will take place at 11:00-12:00 on Wednesday, March 30 on Zoom. The online event link will be shared via e-mail on the day of the event. The registration link is below.

About Şafak Herdem

Şafak Herdem is the founder and managing partner of the HERDEM Attorneys at Law, Istanbul based law firm focusing on international trade. Herdem represents, among others, numerous U.S., Canadian, ASEAN, Middle Eastern and European companies on issues arising under international trade both in advisory and dispute settlement matters.

Herdem’s career started with a Canadian mining company in Turkey. Today, his practice mainly focusses on every aspect of international trade and government contracts law, and he represents some of the major Fortune 500 companies in various projects in Turkey. He has also wide experience on industrial cooperation and assists public authorities in law making progress on regulations. His latest accomplishments were to author the first and the only legal book on defense procurement.