China’s Tianjin to extend, expand emissions trading market

Published 02:12 on November 14, 2019  /  Last updated at 23:32 on November 14, 2019  /  China, China's National ETS, China's Pilot Markets  /  No Comments

China's Tianjin municipal government is circulating draft regulations for public comment that would extend the life of its emissions trading scheme by five years, and is also planning to expand coverage to align with the long-term plans for the national cap-and-trade programme.

China’s Tianjin municipal government is circulating draft regulations for public comment that would extend the life of its emissions trading scheme by five years, and is also planning to expand coverage to align with the long-term plans for the national cap-and-trade programme.

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