Tamaulipas becomes latest Mexican state to approve a carbon tax

Published 18:00 on July 2, 2020  /  Last updated at 21:54 on July 2, 2020  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, Mexico  /  No Comments

The Tamaulipas Congress passed an $11/tonne carbon tax this week that will take effect in 2021, continuing the recent trend of Mexican states installing CO2 levies in response to the federal government's energy policy.

The Tamaulipas Congress passed an $11/tonne carbon tax this week that will take effect in 2021, continuing the recent trend of Mexican states installing CO2 levies in response to the federal government’s energy policy.

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