Carbon allowances could be tighter than expected
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On Friday, Bloomberg scooped that the Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) could be looking at deeper cuts to carbon allowances in the national emissions trading scheme (ETS), to help meet China's climate goals.
Some context: In early January, Bloomberg revealed that Chinese regulators have...
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