Government-commissioned report clears ground for Taiwan carbon tax

Published 12:38 on December 16, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:15 on December 17, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, International, Other APAC  /  No Comments

Taiwan should introduce an economy-wide carbon tax of around $10/tCO2e that could transition to an emissions trading scheme over time, according to a report commissioned by the Taiwan EPA, just before the agency is expected to publish a proposal to adjust the country's 2015 GHG Reduction Act.

Taiwan should introduce an economy-wide carbon tax of around $10/tCO2e that could transition to an emissions trading scheme over time, according to a report commissioned by the Taiwan EPA, just before the agency is expected to publish a proposal to adjust the country’s 2015 GHG Reduction Act.

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