Guangdong first to break rank on China national ETS deadlines amid COVID-19 crisis

Published 12:34 on April 8, 2020  /  Last updated at 12:34 on April 8, 2020  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

Guangdong province has become the first Chinese region to officially deviate from the central government’s national ETS preparation timetable, though others are expected to follow, sparking fresh concerns over whether the world’s biggest carbon market will be able to launch this year as planned.

Guangdong province has become the first Chinese region to officially deviate from the central government’s national ETS preparation timetable, though others are expected to follow, sparking fresh concerns over whether the world’s biggest carbon market will be able to launch this year as planned.

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