Netherlands government buckles on CO2 tax as advisors flag climate plan shortfall

Published 20:24 on March 13, 2019  /  Last updated at 21:34 on March 13, 2019  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

The Dutch government has vowed to introduce a carbon tax for companies, caving to pressure to force more climate costs onto business after advisers said its draft plan for meeting 2030 emission targets will fall short.

The Dutch government has vowed to introduce a carbon tax for companies, caving to pressure to force more climate costs onto business after advisers said its draft plan for meeting 2030 emission targets will fall short.

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