Cabinet reshuffle clouds way forward for Japan carbon pricing

Published 09:12 on October 3, 2018  /  Last updated at 16:28 on October 3, 2018  /  Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, Japan  /  No Comments

Japan’s latest push on carbon pricing was plunged into uncertainty this week after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe replaced Environment Minister Masaharu Nakagawa, who had launched twin processes to put the issue back on the government’s agenda.

Japan’s latest push on carbon pricing was plunged into uncertainty this week after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe replaced Environment Minister Masaharu Nakagawa, who had launched twin processes to put the issue back on the government’s agenda.

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