The Inflation Reduction Act has given the US an edge in future manufacturing, with billions of dollars in incentives to lure battery plants and chip makers to the US. But it’s also led to tension with close allies that can’t match the amounts the US is offering companies. Bloomberg’s Brian Platt, Gabrielle Coppola and Enda Curran join this episode to talk about how this competition—and the race to keep up with China—is reshaping the global green economy.
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