Analysts predict relaunched Kazakhstan ETS will continue to struggle with oversupply

Published 09:30 on November 1, 2017  /  Last updated at 18:36 on November 1, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Other APAC  /  No Comments

Kazakhstan has made a number of changes to its emissions trading scheme, which is due to start up again on Jan. 1, but the programme is still likely to suffer from oversupply and low liquidity, according to analysts at Thomson Reuters.

Kazakhstan has made a number of changes to its emissions trading scheme, which is due to start up again on Jan. 1, but the programme is still likely to suffer from oversupply and low liquidity, according to analysts at Thomson Reuters.

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