SK Market: Korean CO2 price shackled amid market standoff

Published 10:21 on March 6, 2018  /  Last updated at 19:04 on March 6, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, South Korea  /  No Comments

South Korean carbon allowances edged up 0.9% on Tuesday but prices remain shackled near 22,000 won ($20.43) as sellers hesitate to go lower while buyers wait for greater supply to emerge closer to the annual compliance deadline in June.

South Korean carbon allowances edged up 0.9% on Tuesday but prices remain shackled near 22,000 won ($20.43) as sellers hesitate to go lower while buyers wait for greater supply to emerge closer to the annual compliance deadline in June.

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