China should pilot carbon futures trading in Beijing -parliamentary advisor

Published 17:40 on March 7, 2015  /  Last updated at 16:52 on January 29, 2018  /  China, China's National ETS  /  1 Comment

China should pilot carbon futures trading in Beijing when it launches its national emissions trading scheme next year to make the market more efficient and attractive to participants, an advisory body to the nation’s annual parliamentary congress said.

China should pilot carbon futures trading in Beijing when it launches its national emissions trading scheme next year to make the market more efficient and attractive to participants, an advisory body to the nation’s annual parliamentary congress said.

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  1. […] have run into some issues, however, including a lack of transparency and a low trading volume. One criticism has been that they have mainly avoided using financial derivatives, such as futures trading. Some […]

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