New Zealand carbon allowances fell 15 cent in Wednesday trade to hit their lowest levels since Feb. 9, with emitters focused on finalising their verified 2016 emissions reports ahead of the Mar. 31 deadline.
New Zealand carbon allowances fell 15 cents on Wednesday to hit their lowest levels since Feb. 9, with emitters focused on finalising their verified 2016 emissions reports ahead of the Mar. 31 deadline.
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