Chinese investors, financials likely to be introduced to country’s ETS in H2 -exchange official

Published 10:30 on February 22, 2022  /  Last updated at 02:32 on February 23, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, China  /  No Comments

Some Chinese institutional investors and financials might be given access to trade in China’s national emissions trading scheme in the second half of the year, an official with the Shanghai Environment and Energy Exchange said this week, though it remains unclear exactly when such firms would be able to open their trading accounts.

Some Chinese institutional investors and financials might be given access to trade in China’s national emissions trading scheme in the second half of the year, an official with the Shanghai Environment and Energy Exchange said this week, though it remains unclear exactly when such firms would be able to open their trading accounts.

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