ADB warns of major hurdles for effective carbon pricing in Asia

Published 12:47 on August 21, 2019  /  Last updated at 12:47 on August 21, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, China, China's Pilot Markets, Other APAC  /  No Comments

Asia’s ability to deploy carbon pricing instruments to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions at a lower cost remains hamstrung by regulatory shortcomings and a lack of success in attracting private sector finance, according to an Asian Development Bank think-tank.

Asia’s ability to deploy carbon pricing instruments to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions at a lower cost remains hamstrung by regulatory shortcomings and a lack of success in attracting private sector finance, according to an Asian Development Bank think-tank.

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