Vietnam ministry to introduce carbon tax proposal, raising questions over existing trading plans

Published 11:11 on July 10, 2017  /  Last updated at 11:11 on July 10, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, Other APAC  /  No Comments

Vietnam’s Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI), in co-operation with the UNDP, is launching a project to determine how best to apply a tax or fee on the nation’s rapidly increasing carbon emissions, despite other ministries working on developing a carbon trading mechanism for the country.

Vietnam’s Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI), in co-operation with the UNDP, is launching a project to determine how best to apply a tax or fee on the nation’s rapidly increasing carbon emissions, despite other ministries working on developing a carbon trading mechanism for the country.

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