Japan seen opting for climate policy mix of ETS, carbon tax, and subsidies

Published 09:37 on March 4, 2021  /  Last updated at 11:38 on March 4, 2021  /  Asia Pacific, Carbon Taxes, CBAM, Japan  /  No Comments

Japan is likely to opt for a combination of emissions trading, a carbon tax, and subsidies, according to analysts that view the mix as the most effective way of driving GHG cuts, meeting international climate expectations, and overcoming industry opposition.

Japan is likely to opt for a combination of emissions trading, a carbon tax, and subsidies, according to analysts that view the mix as the most effective way of driving GHG cuts, meeting international climate expectations, and overcoming industry opposition.

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