Productivity Commission urges HK govt to chase carbon trading benefits, own market or not

Published 10:51 on June 14, 2017  /  Last updated at 14:45 on June 21, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Aviation, China, China's National ETS, China's Offset Market, Other APAC  /  No Comments

The Hong Kong government should consider whether to set up its own emissions trading scheme or join mainland China's market, according to a report by the HK Productivity Commission, which said that regardless, the financial centre should seek out the benefits of positioning itself as a hub for CO2 trading.

The Hong Kong government should consider whether to set up its own emissions trading scheme or join mainland China’s market, according to a report by the HK Productivity Commission, which said that regardless, the financial centre should seek out the benefits of positioning itself as a hub for CO2 trading.

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