China SOEs building carbon trading teams as cap-and-trade programme looms

Published 13:34 on October 21, 2016  /  Last updated at 13:52 on October 21, 2016  /  China, China's National ETS, China's Offset Market, China's Pilot Markets  /  No Comments

A number of China’s biggest state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are setting up specialised emissions trading teams to deal with next year’s launch of a national carbon market, with some companies - such as Chinalco, the world’s second biggest aluminium producer - expecting to face a shortfall of CO2 permits.

A number of China’s biggest state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are setting up specialised emissions trading teams to deal with next year’s launch of a national carbon market, with some companies – such as Chinalco, the world’s second biggest aluminium producer – expecting to face a shortfall of CO2 permits.

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