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EU diplomats are expected to approve the measures today, but the nature of the ban would only take full effect from mid-August, a month later than originally planned. The quoted source says this follows pressure from Germany to delay the measure, as previously reported here.

As I also said yesterday, oil and gas are still the top two issues, but at least a coal ban would represent the EU’s first foray into sanctioning Russian energy. No baby.


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