Australian market still in the dark about SMCs, ERF exit fee tax status

Published 10:28 on April 28, 2022  /  Last updated at 10:37 on April 28, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

A Labor victory at the upcoming Australian federal election will not necessarily guarantee an increase in demand for Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs), analysts Reputex said Thursday, noting there are significant unknowns with the Safeguard Mechanism as well as the Emissions Reductions Fund (ERF) leaving the market guessing.

A Labor victory at the upcoming Australian federal election will not necessarily guarantee an increase in demand for Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs), analysts Reputex said Thursday, noting there are significant unknowns with the Safeguard Mechanism as well as the Emissions Reductions Fund (ERF) leaving the market guessing.

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