Compliance in the final round of Mexico's cap-and-trade simulation dropped as unexpected "shocks" were introduced into the market, according to the final results published this week from the months-long exercise to prepare emitters for the country's real carbon market.
Compliance in the final round of Mexico’s cap-and-trade simulation dropped as unexpected “shocks” were introduced into the market, according to the final results published this week from the months-long exercise to prepare emitters for the country’s real carbon market.
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